Thursday, November 12, 2015

THE CENTRAL BANK OF WESTERN INDIA 25$ ON 9 FEBRUARY 1866

THE CENTRAL BANK OF WESTERN INDIA 25$ ON 9 FEBRUARY 1866

THE CENTRAL BANK OF WESTERN INDIA 1866 ON 9 FEBRUARY 1866
This is a unique note issued with combination of several countries links. The note was
issued in 1866 at yokohoma in Japan and the name on the note is the Central
Bank of Western India with value of 25$. The note was printed in London by Sprague and
Co., The date of the issue of this bank notes was written by black pen dated 9th
February 1866. The signature on the note was of Mr.J. Morrison. The note bears the
vignate of a lady carrying a seal and a palm tree with a backdrop of hills and few sailing
ships. The note also carries few cotton bales and jewelery.The note is fixed into the frame with inscriptions in Japanese all over the frame and
four blocks WITH Japanese inscription fixed to the four corners of bank notes.
“”The note is canceled with a rubber stamp.””
Even though there is a bank which was named as BANK OF WESTERN INDIA which operated
during the period of 1842-1845 A.D. which bears a seen depicting town hall region of Bombay with St. Andrews Church.It also has palm tree the castle of Bombay along with few ships entering the Bombay harbor. This is issued for the value of Rs. 5/ and was canceled at several places on the note. The date on the note was May18th 1844
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