In this new upload, we bring you the very last of a series, as well as the first prefixes of British notes. We pay a visit to British Overseas Territories, and we travel further afield to the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa! Get these banknotes while stock lasts!
In 2016, the Bank of Scotland issued its first polymer note. It was a £5 (P130). It was blue and reduced in size from previous paper issues and is known as the Bridge Series. The front has the portrait of Sir Walter Scott alongside a view of the facade of the Bank of Scotland Headquarters on the Mound in Edinburgh while the back features a vignette of the Brig O’Doon, a statue of Robert Burns, and another view of the Bank Headquarters. All our notes bear the very first prefix AA. Uncirculated.
Barbados has decided to go all polymer. We can now offer an Uncirculated set comprising the 5, 10 & 20 dollar values (P-New) This makes a particularly colourful set printed in the vertical format. Famous sons of Barbados feature on the front while the back depicts local landmarks such as the Parliament Building, The Oval Cricket Ground, and the Charles Duncan O’Neal Bridge. Uncirculated New Barbados Polymer Trio.
Crisp Uncirculated examples of the 50 dalasis issued by Gambia in 2006 (P28) The front features a Gambian woman to the right while at the centre we find a Hoopoe Bird in flight and perched on a branch (P28) The back is dominated by a view of the 8th century Senegambian Stone Circles found in Wassu. Uncirculated.
We offer examples of the latest £5 note issued by Gibraltar.(P-New) It’s smaller and printed in shades of turquoise. A close up portrait of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the front with a view of the Windsor Bridge on the back. Uncirculated.
These Crisp Uncirculated £5 notes were issued by the Isle of Man with the signature of P Cashen (P41b) The front has a bareheaded portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. A view of Castle Rushen, a medieval castle situated in Castletown in the south of the island, appears on the back.