Promissory Note

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W(illiam). Jenkins Two Shilling & Sixpence Promissory Note, 1812 - $22,500 #120454
No (27) Sydney, (27 July) 181(2)
about Extremely Fine with pin holes. The printed and hand-written sections are fully readable.
The finest known of this denomination by this issuer and possibly a unique type with a singular spelling of 'Shillings'.
Enoch Kinsela One Shilling & Sixpence Promissory Note, 1813 - $19,500 #121423
No (9#) Sydney, (13 April) 181(3)
good Very Fine with pin holes
Printing and inked areas clear. One of the finest known.
Enoch Kinsella One Shilling Promissory Note, 1813 - $17,500 #120443
No (16#) Sydney, (10 May) 181(3)
about Very Fine with pin holes, splits and edge tears.
Print and inked areas bold. The finest known of this type.
Enoch Kinsella One Shilling & Sixpence Promissory Note, 1813 - $19,500 #120442
No (66#) Sydney, (5 April) 181(3)
about Very Fine with pin holes.
A unique type with plural 'shillings' printed in error.
John Hutchinson One Shilling Promissory Note, 1813 - $15,000 #120446
No (38) SYDNEY (May 3) 181(3)
about Very Fine with pin holes.
Probably the finest surviving note of this denomination.
This note has previously been mis-identified as No 25
John Hutchinson Two Shillings & Sixpence, 1813 - $17,500 #121427
No.(78) SYDNEY, (April) 181(3)
good Fine with pin holes
John Hutchinson Two Shillings & Sixpence Promissory Note, 1813 - $22,500 #120447
No (15) SYDNEY, (April 6th) 181(3)
Very Fine with pin holes.
The words 'Copper Coin on Demand' ruled out and 'Colonial Currency' written in.
John Hutchinson Two Shillings & Sixpence, 1813 - $19,500 #121426
No (61) SYDNEY, (May) 181(3)
good Very Fine with stain and pin holes
John Hutchinson Two Shillings & Sixpence, 1813 - $19,500 #121428
No (59) SYDNEY, (May 1) 181(3)
Very Fine with pin holes
John Hutchinson Five Shillings Promissory Note, 1813 - $25,000 #120448
No (27) SYDNEY, (May 1) 181(3)
about Very Fine with pin holes.

The equivalent of the 1813 Holey Dollar and the only surviving note known in private hands of this important denomination by this issuer. The words 'in Copper Coin, on Demand' has been ruled out and 'Currency' written undoubtedly as a response to the introduction of silver Holey Dollars and Dumps to the local currency.
John Lepine Ten Shillings Promissory Note, 1823 - $25,000 #120456
No.(36) Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land (Aug 21st) 1823.
good Very Fine with pin holes and split.
The finest known of the three known examples of this denomination by this issuer in private hands
J(ohn) Weavell One Shilling Promissory Note, 1824 - $11,500 #120449
No.(88) Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land (January 2nd) 1824
Fine with pin holes and multiple edge tears. Tape on back.
Thomas Stace Sixpence Promissory Note, 1826 - $14,500 #120450
No.(152) Hobart Town, (12 June) 1826
good Very Fine with pin holes and a bottom edge tear.