N Ireland Northern Bank £20 1999 P199b AUnc

The Northern Bank was one of Ireland’s oldest banks. Founded in Belfast in 1809, it issued banknotes in its own name until 2013 when it took on the trading name of Danske Bank who had acquired the bank in 2004. This £20 note is dated October 1999 and was issued in the name of the Northern Bank (P199b) The design follows the Inventor Series with a portrait on the front of H Ferguson and a vignette of an early tractor. The back features the pediment and twin towers found on City Hall Belfast. Crisp A Uncirculated.
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Northern Bank £20 1999 P100b Mauve. H Ferguson at o and early tractor/ Bank building pediment Unc

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