L K O'Brien Britannia 10/- B271 EF

LK O’Brien was the last Chief Cashier to sign the Britannia 10 shillings. It was during his term that the Bank replaced the Britannia design with notes featuring the Queen’s Portrait. (B271) O’Brien Britannia Ten shillings available in Extremely Fine.
Availability: In stock
SKU: BEB3263
£32.00
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