St. Helena, 50 pence P5 Unc

St. Helena 50 pence nd (1979) P5 Mauve on white Queen Eliz and sea approaching the Island. Unc
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SKU: WSA0040
£16.50

The remote island of St Helena is one of the few countries to issue a 50 pence banknote (P5) First issued in Mauve on white it shows three-masted ships anchored off the capital Jamestown alongside a bareheaded portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The arms of St Helena appear in a panel on the back. Crisp Uncirculated at £16.50.

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