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E-auction 576-525061 - 515064 - 1 à 10 Leones Lot SIERRA LEONE 1984 P.05e à P.08c

1 à 10 Leones Lot SIERRA LEONE  1984 P.05e à P.08c VF
1 à 10 Leones Lot SIERRA LEONE  1984 P.05e à P.08c VF1 à 10 Leones Lot SIERRA LEONE  1984 P.05e à P.08c VF
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Estimate : 40 €
Price : 33 €
Maximum bid : 34 €
End of the sale : 29 April 2024 20:53:00
bidders : 6 bidders
Face Value : 1 à 10 Leones Lot
Date: 1984-1985
Period/Provinces/Banks Bank of Sierra Leone
Catalogue reference : P.05e à P.08c


Lot de quatre billets.

Historical background


From the 16th century, the coastal populations of Sierra Leone took part in the slave trade within the framework of the triangular trade set up by European merchants. In 1787, the British bought the peninsula which would become the capital Freetown. 400 blacks from London settled there. Then, the Sierra Leone Company helps black loyalists from North America who took refuge in Nova Scotia to settle there. In 1794, Sierra Leone became the first British colony in West Africa. The country became independent in 1961.

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