Merlyn Lowther, £5 Blue 'Stephenson' Historical (B380) UNC

In November 2003 the George Stephenson £5 disappeared from circulation. It had been introduced in 1990 as the first in the new ‘Historical’ series of banknotes. In those 13 years of issues it underwent a few design changes and was issued under three different Chief Cashiers. Here we offer uncirculated examples of the George Stephenson £5 signed by Merlyn Lowther as Chief Cashier (B380). The Stephenson £5 was coloured blue with a large mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the front. On the back a portrait of George Stephenson alongside an illustration of the famous “Rocket” locomotive.
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SKU: BEB7695
£19.50

Bank of England, Merlyn Lowther, Chief Cashier (1999-2003) £5 Blue 'Stephenson' Historical (B380) Unc

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