Victoria Cleland £10 B411 Unc

Victoria Cleland £10 Orange Historical B411 Queen / Darwin Unc
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SKU: BEB8735
£22.00

Victoria Cleland is no longer Chief Cashier at the Bank of England. She was succeeded by Sarah John in June 2018. It was while Cleland was Chief Cashier that the Bank of England issued the last paper £10 notes (P411) The front has a mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the front and a portrait of Charles Darwin on the back.

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