NSW 1816 W.H. Moore 2/6 Promissory Note PMG12 (Fine)
- A genuine and extremely rare Promissory note from early colonial Australia.
- Issued in 1816 – just 28 years after European settlement of Australia.
- Bears the name of William Henry Moore – an enemy of Governor Lachlan Macquarie.
- Issued in New South Wales, and rarer than Tasmanian Promissory notes of the era.
- Excessively rare in any condition, this note has been graded at PMG12 – equivalent of Fine.
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A great Australian colonial rarity…
Bearing the name of an early New South Wales Crown Solicitor, and a man known to be an enemy of Governor Macquarie, this excessively rare Promissory Note was issued for William Henry Moore in 1816 – just 28 years after European settlement of Australia!
Issued at the time of the Holey Dollar & Dump, and pre-dating Australia’s first bank, this early piece of Australiana is a rarity of the highest order. Much rarer than Tasmanian Promissory Notes of the time, this is one of a handful known examples of NSW Promissory Notes.
Graded at PMG12 (Fine), this 206-year-old note gives you the chance to hold modern Australia’s earliest history in your hands. Click add to cart now!
|Country of Issue||Australia|
|Year of Issue||1816|