Obverse © NOONANS
|Issuing entity||Treasury and Resources Department|
George V (1910-1936)
|Size||205 × 110 mm|
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Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, United States.GN# 26
And 2 more volumes.
Antony L.T. McCammon; 1993. Currencies Of The Anglo-Norman Isles : Aatalogue of the coins, banknotes, tokens, medals, checks, of The Channel Islands, together with notes, additions, corrections, supplement to Currencies of the Anglo-Norman Isles 1984. Spink & Son, London.
Black on red underprint.
Large overprint 'BRITISH' printed in red across the face of the note.
Overprint measures 160 x 38 mm.
Denomination in words 'ONE' in each of the four corners.
Text 'THE STATES OF GUERNSEY' in top and bottom margins.
'GUERNSEY' sideways in left and right margins.
Vignette of St. Sampson harbor view at upper centre
Printed date of issue in centre right below vignette.
Main text in centre of note.
Denomination in words at bottom left.
Hand signed by two signatories, at bottom left above denomination in words, and at bottom right side.
The States of Guernsey
PROMISE to pay the BEARER
on demand ONE POUND value received
by authority of the states
Jersey Arms at centre surrounded by an elaborate pattern.
The currency in Guernsey was realigned in 1921 with the British Pound Sterling. Banknotes in circulation were overstamped BRITISH as a result of this.
|1919-Aug-01||Overprint on p.7|
|1921-Jan-01||Overprint on p.7|
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