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Knud Bull

  • Jocelyn Hackforth-Jones

Abstract

When Knud (also known as Knut) Bull visited London in November 1845 he was foolish enough to attempt to forge a ‘foreign’ one hundred dollar bill. He was apprehended and sentenced to fourteen years transportation. As his name suggests, Bull was Norwegian. His mother and numerous brothers and sisters lived at Bergen. They were a talented family—Knud’s brother was a noted violinist and it is likely that Knud himself probably received some training as an artist.

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Solitary Confinement Dollar Bill Reddish Tinge Exemplary Conduct Landscape View 
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© Text, Jocelyn Hackforth-Jones 1977

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  • Jocelyn Hackforth-Jones

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