10 Shillings - George V Treasury issue; 3rd series
|Issuing entity||HM Treasury|
|King||George V (1910-1936)|
|Value||10 Shillings (1/2)|
|Currency||Pound sterling (1158-1970)|
|Size||138 × 78 mm|
Green and brown. Portrait of King George V at right, standing figure of Britannia at left.
Note: serial # varieties exist (see below)
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
CURRENCY NOTES ARE
LEGAL TENDER FOR THE
PAYMENT OF ANY AMOUNT
ISSUED BY THE LORDS
COMMISSIONERS OF HIS
UNDER THE AUTHORITY
OF ACT OF PARLIAMENT
IV. & V. GEO.V.ch.XIV
Date first issued: 22 October 1918.
Date ceased to be legal tender: 1 August 1933.
Printed by Waterlow Bros. and Layton on banknote paper.
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|ND (1918)||10.36||P#350a - sig. John Bradbury; black serial # (Nov)|
|ND (1918)||P#350b - sig. John Bradbury; red serial # (Dec)|
|ND (1919)||P#356 - sig. N.F.Warren Fisher; serial # with 'No.'|
|ND (1922-1923)||P#358 - sig. N.F.Warren Fisher; serial # without 'No.'|
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