Greysheet Catalog Details
In 1842, crudely handwritten notes were issued and signed by the British governor. Since the issue was limited to 1,000 pounds worth of notes, yet the dollar was the unit of currency at the time, a single note of 1 shilling 8 pence was issued to balance the books. All but 3% of the notes were redeemed by the 31 March 1845 withdrawal date, making these notes exceedingly rare.
1 shilling 8 pence
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