1829 Hibernian Bank Three Pounds, Post Bill. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Banknote Guide: 1829 Hibernian Bank – Three Pounds Token, Type 2 (Promise to Pay within six months)

Date: 1829 Description: 1827 Hibernian Bank Three Pounds Token, Type 2 (Promise to Pay within six months). Manually dated ‘ 1829’ and numbered ‘x’. Cancelled with ink ‘x’ over clerk and cashier’s signatures A rare early paper note Obverse: Design comprises two vignettes, one to the left of Hibernia seated with a harp and the…

1826 Hibernian Bank One Pound Token, proof, undated. The OLd Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Banknote Guide: c. 1826 Hibernian Bank – One Pound Token, Proof, Type 1

Date: c. 1826 Description: 1827 Hibernian Bank One Pound (Proof) Token, Type 1 (no ‘promissory’ text). No date No serial number A rare early paper note Obverse: Design comprises two vignettes, one to the left of Hibernia seated with a harp and the other (on the right) of the Three Graces. Denomination in words ‘ONE…

1826 Hibernian Bank Twenty Pounds Token, proof, undated. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Banknote Guide: c. 1826 Hibernian Bank – Twenty Pounds Token, Type 1

Date: c. 1826 Description: 1827 Hibernian Bank Twenty Pounds Token, Type 1 (no ‘promissory’ text). No date No serial number This is the largest known denomination for these tokens An extremely rare early paper note Obverse: Design comprises two vignettes, one to the left of Hibernia seated with a harp and the other (on the…

1826 Hibernian Bank One Pound Token, Type 1, dated 10th July 1826 . The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Banknote Guide: 1826 Hibernian Bank – One Pound Token, Type 1

Date: 1826 Description: 1827 Hibernian Bank One Pound Token, Type 1 (no ‘promissory’ text). Manually dated ’10 July 1826′ and numbered ’50’. Countersigned front and back Cancelled with ink ‘x’ over clerk and cashier’s signatures A rare early paper note Obverse: Design comprises two vignettes, one to the left of Hibernia seated with a harp…

1827 Hibernian Bank Thirty Shillings Token, 1 February 1827. No. 3554. Countersigned front and back, cancelled with ink 'x' over clerk and cashier's signatures, rare. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Banknote Guide: 1827 Hibernian Bank – Thirty Shillings Token, Type 1

Date: 1827 Description: 1827 Hibernian Bank Thirty Shillings Token, Type 1 (no ‘promissory’ text). Manually dated ‘1 February 1827’ and numbered ‘3554’. Countersigned front and back Cancelled with ink ‘x’ over clerk and cashier’s signatures A rare early paper note Obverse: Design comprises two vignettes, one to the left of Hibernia seated with a harp…

Ballykinlar Internment Camp - one penny token

O’Brien Coin Guide: Ballykinlar Internment Camp Tokens (1920-21)

Introduction These items are unusual insofar as they fall into several categories, i.e. coin tokens, unofficial notes. Either way, they are ‘para-numismatic’ items and are also collected by those interested in militaria, republican memorabilia and banknotes. They were produced for use in the Ballykinlar Internment Camp in Co Down towards the end of the Irish…