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Picture of Andrew Bailey Historical £10 Darwin B400 Unc

Andrew Bailey Historical £10 Darwin B400 Unc

The current Governor of the Bank of England is Andrew Bailey. He also served as Chief Cashier at the Bank between 2007 and 2011, which meant his signature appeared on banknotes. He succeeded Mark Carney whose signature also appeared on banknotes – in Canada rather than the UK! We offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the £10 note issued during Bailey’s tenure. (B400) A mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is on the front and the portrait of Charles Darwin is featured on the back alongside a vignette of a hummingbird. Crisp Uncirculated and of course long-vanished form circulation.
£21.50
Picture of G E A Kentfield Historical £10 Enhanced B369 Unc

G E A Kentfield Historical £10 Enhanced B369 Unc

Issued 27 years ago, these £10 notes are in Crisp Uncirculated condition (B369) They bear the signature of Graham Kentfield as Chief Cashier, a post he held until 1999. Printed on sheetfed presses, the front has a mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with a vignette of Britannia and a diamond-shaped symbol to assist the partially sighted. The back features a portrait of Charles Dickens and a scene from the cricket match at Dingley Dell from his novel Pickwick Papers. Sold in Crisp Uncirculated.
£28.50
Picture of Merlyn Lowther Historical £10 B390  Unc

Merlyn Lowther Historical £10 B390 Unc

The Bank of England issued the £10 note with Charles Darwin on the back in November 2000 while Merlyn Lowther was Chief Cashier. The first notes which rolled off the presses had an error in the Copyright panel with an extra ‘The’ appearing in the inscription. So many millions were printed before the bank realised its mistake and corrected the error that this is now regarded as a separate variety. We can offer Crisp Uncirculated versions of the Corrected Lowther Darwin £10. (B390) They are distinguished from the previous issue by the removal of the extra word ‘The’ in the copyright legend. These paper £10 notes, disappeared from circulation are now over 17 years old and increasingly difficult to find in high grade. Crisp Uncirculated Lowther Corrected £10 note.
£28.50
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland £10 2016 P371 Polymer Plastic Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £10 2016 P371 Polymer Plastic Unc

We are delighted to be able to offer the exceptionally attractive Royal Bank of Scotland Polymer £10. It features a portrait of Mary Somerville, a 19th century science writer, astronomer and polymath. She was the joint first female member of the Royal Astronomical Society with Caroline Hirschel. She was also an advocate of women’s rights and the Oxford Somerville College (formerly all female) was named after her. Otters at play make a charming reverse.
£19.50
Picture of Victoria Cleland £10 B411 Unc

Victoria Cleland £10 B411 Unc

Victoria Cleland £10 Orange Historical B411 Queen / Darwin Unc
£22.00