Fifty pounds 1914 to 1945 - Price guide and values
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Average prices of certified Fifty pounds 1914 to 1945 Collins-Allen sold at auctions
|Prefix Y - Small serial||-||-||£24,900||£39,300||£62,900||£80,100||£90,300|
|Suffix Y - Bold serial||-||-||£23,200||£36,700||£53,700||£70,200||£80,800|
|Prefix Y - Light serial||-||-||£8,900||£13,100||£26,200||£40,000||£51,000|
|Prefix Y - Small serial||£115,700||£132,600||£141,200||£158,000||£174,700||-||-|
|Suffix Y - Bold serial||£100,500||£113,400||£120,100||£139,000||£158,000||-||-|
|Prefix Y - Light serial||£65,500||£75,100||£80,100||£96,100||£112,100||-||-|
Average prices of certified Fifty pounds 1914 to 1945 Cerutty-Collins sold at auctions
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£50 Cerutty-Collins 1918 banknote
In November 2011, at a Noble Numismatics auction in Sydney, a Cerutty-Collins £50 banknote (serial number Y400230) sold for $95,000. It was described as:
Light vertical fold and tiny pin hole bottom left corner, otherwise nearly uncirculated and very rare in this condition, one of the finest known.
This same banknote sold in April 2020 at Heritage Auctions, now certified PMG AU-55, for $41,184.
Last update : Wednesday, July 27, 2022