Ireland, 10 Shillings 'Lady Lavery', 1968 (P63) UNC

The last ten shilling note issued by the Central Bank of Ireland
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SKU: BIB4855
£80.00

The last Ten Shilling note issued by the Central Bank of Ireland is dated 1968 (P63). Since then, of course, Ireland has abandoned its own currency and opted to use the Euro since 2001.

These 1968 Lady Lavery Ten Shillings are coloured a vivid orange. The portrait of Lady Lavery as an Irish Colleen appears on the front with a Water God on the back. Crisp Uncirculated

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