No notes were issued in 1908. If you are referring to a gold sovereign (the equivalent to £1 or 20 shillings) then anywhere from £180 - £220.
looking for prictures for the 1908 track run in the 220 yrd run in the olympic medals
I am not so sure about silver medals, however, a gold medal is worth US$220.
How much is 220 grams of gold worth
220 is not a gold hallmark. The lowest number that is used as a gold hallmark is 333 (meaning 33.3% gold content, which is 8 carat, the lowest gold carat). 220 is actually the hallmark for bronze, which is a copper alloy called "Alloy 220" (or sometimes sold as "commercial bronze"), not gold.
Kurt Angle won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling, 220 pound weight class (100 kg), in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Total weight = 250 grams or 1250 carats Actual gold weight = 6 grams or 30 carats That's carats weight as in weighing gemstones. But if you mean how many carats as in 24 carat gold or 18 carat gold. Then the Olympic gold medal is 220 grams or 1100 carats of pure silver Coated with 6 grams or 30 carats of 24 carat - pure gold.
3,520 = 220 x 16
The 220 hallmark on jewelry means it is a commercial bronze alloy.
Hi, I an not an expert, but was interested in a piece of jewelry that had a hallmark of 220 and was being presented as 22k gold. Ran a number of searches on the internet for 220. So far, the only information that I have been able to come up with is that 220 is used to identify commercial bronze which is an alloy of copper. A web search on "alloy 220" will bring up a number of sources on the subject. Good Luck.