These impressive bonds for 100 kronen were issued in 1923 to raise funds for the Lloyd Bank. Complete with uncashed coupons, the design is very striking with an ornate border featuring cherubs with cornucopia of coins and fruit. They are blind embossed and measure approx 12 x 15. Kept folded over the years, the edges are a little ragged but this is one bond that would really look spectacular framed.
In 1957 Iceland issued a 10 kronur note and it was soon noticed there was an error in the spelling of Reykjavikurhofen on the back. An umlaut was omitted over the "o" of Hofn. Rather than leave it, the error was corrected and the umlaut added (P38b). Crisp Uncirculated examples at a great price!