Chris Salmon £20 Mauve Queen Eliz/ Adam Smith B409 Unc. Chris Salmon’s term as Chief Cashier was one of the shortest in Bank of England history. He succeeded Andrew Bailey on 1st April 2011 and just three years later on the 1st June 2014. He was then succeeded by Victoria Cleland. The first £20 notes with his signature appeared on 12th September 2012. They followed the Adam Smith design first introduced under Bailey (B409) A mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the front. A profile portrait of Adam Smith, father of modern economics is on the back alongside a vignette of pin manufacturing, a reference from his most famous work The Wealth of Nations. Crisp Uncirculated.
Chris Salmon who was Chief Cashier at the Bank of England for a mere 3 years. This £50, first introduced when Salmon was Chief Cashier, was the last paper design for this denomination. (P410) HM The Queen appears on the front as usual with a dual portrait of Matthew Boulton and James Watt, Titans of the Industrial Revolution, on the back. Crisp Uncirculated and soon to vanish from circulation.