Cheques from Yorkshire banks
Note for One Guinea, issued by Knaresborough Old Bank, 26 February 1810, and signed
by Richard Terry. (Illustration courtesy of the Chartered Institute of Bankers).
Unissued note of the Fort Montague Bank for five and a half pence, dated 18-- signed by R. Hill.
Illustration courtesy of the Chartered Institute of Bankers.
Cheque from Beckett & Co, Leeds showing in the vignette the crest of the Beckett family -
the boar's head. Unusally for this period (1896), the cheque is 'personalised'
Cheque from the Yorkshire Penny Bank, Bradford, showing in the
vignette the crest of the City of Bradford. Dated 1890.
Map of North Yorkshire from 1797 with the route Richard Terry took on the day he was
attacked and robbed shown in red.