L K O'Brien Britannia Blue £5 B280 AUnc

Known by collectors as the Britannia Blue, this £5 replaced the iconic Bank of England White £5 in 1957. It is one of the most impressive designs of the whole Bank of England series. It had a very short life because, in 1960, the Bank started to introduce notes with the Queen’s portrait for the first time and this series was never completed. A helmeted Britannia is on the front and a lion holding a key is on the back. An iconic note in its own right and available now in A Unc.
Availability: In stock
SKU: BEB3590
£90.00

L K O'Brien £5 Blue Britannia B280 Helmeted Britannia/ Lion and Key AUnc

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