J Q Hollom Portrait £5 B297 EF/GEF

J Q Hollom £5 Blue Portrait B297 Queen Eliz/ Young Britannia EF/GEF
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SKU: BEB4146
£45.00

The first Portrait £5 notes were issued when J Q Hollom was Chief Cashier(B297) This was the first Bank of England £5 note to feature a portrait of the reigning monarch. First issued in 1963 a youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth is on the front and a rendition of a Young Britannia, based on the artist Reynolds Stone’s daughter, is on the back. Here we offer Choice Crisp examples in EF/GEF.

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