These notes were payable at the Treasury in specie on demand; but the holders were not allowed the right given to the holders of the old inconvertible rix dollar paper of exchanging them for bills on London at the rate fixed by the Government. The note circulation on 1830 September 1, amounted to £ 110,858.
Virginia Hewitt of British Museum in article says that she is not aware of any surviving issued notes of this series, several unissuied examples and proofs indicate what they would have been like. The British Museum does not have any specimen of this series.
The next series of treasury notes was introduced in 1850 and were printed by Perkins Bacon & Petch, a London engraving and printing firm started by Jacob Perkins. Pound Sterling 1 2 and 5 with watermarks and value in Sinhala and Thamil Text were issued. This series was withdrawn as from 1856 January 1st.
A Large number of 1850 unsigned remainder notes are available in the numismtic market.
* Ceylon Coins and Currency By H. W. Codrington. Colombo 1924
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