1943 £10 R59 Armitage/McFarlane Consecutive Pair Uncirculated

1943 £10 R59 Armitage/McFarlane Consecutive Pair Uncirculated

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Printed in tiny numbers, the 1943 Armitage/McFarlane £10 was the second £10 issue of the reign of George VI. The £10 was the highest denomination issued under the king, and represented enormous spending power – way too much for most people to set aside at the time of issue. Thus, this 70+ year-old note is indisputably rare in top
grade. It is virtually unheard of as an Uncirculated Consecutive Pair.

In immaculate condition, the 1943 Armitage/McFarlane £10 Consecutive Pair available here was clearly stashed away before experiencing the rigours of circulation – perhaps by someone connected with a financial institution. We have seldom handled such an outstanding, beautifully preserved Australian banknote rarity.

This is an unrivalled opportunity to take your collection to almost unfathomable heights – don’t miss it.

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