Ordinary Shares of 10p. blue. No 10905. Folds. Vignette of medal depicting James Christie (1730-1803), repeated in embossed seal. He founded this famous auction house in 1766 in London. Christie's was a public company, listed on the London Stock Exchange, from 1973 to 1999. Today, it is part of the French holding Groupe Artémis (controlled by François-Henri Pinault). In 2017, Christie's sold Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi for $400 million, the highest price ever paid for a painting.
Themes: BANK & FINANCE, PRINTING & THE PRESS
GREAT BRITAIN, HONG-KONG, USA
Date: 21 May 1982
Startprice: € 30