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Britannia Blue £5, L.K. O'Brien, Crisp EF

One of the most striking designs of any Bank of England note.
£57.50

Choice Fforde Portrait £5. Uncirculated.

Choice Fforde Portrait £5. Uncirculated. These Portrait £5 notes with the signature of Chief Cashier J. S. Fforde are in Choice Uncirculated condition. (B312) This design was first introduced in 1963 when Hollom was Chief Cashier and was the first £5 note design to feature the portrait of the reigning monarch. On the back a rendition of a young seated Britannia. These come form a bundle put away over 50 years ago. Choice Crisp Uncirculated at just £55.00
£55.00

G.E.A. Kentfield, £5 'Stephenson' Enhanced £5 symbol (B364) Unc

Bank of England, G.E.A. Kentfield, Chief Cashier (1991-1998) £5 'Stephenson' Enhanced £5 symbol (B364) Unc
£15.50

G.M. Gill, £5 'Wellington' (B353) UNC

Bank of England, G.M. Gill Chief Cashier (1988-1991), £5 Duke of Wellington (B353) Crisp Uncirculated
£25.00

J B Page Pictorial £5 (B332) UNC

Bank of England £5 with The Duke of Wellington vignette.
£32.50

Merlyn Lowther Historical £5 Fry B393 (HA01 Prefix)

The Bank of England unveiled a new £5 note in May 2002. The prison reformer Elizabeth Fry appeared on the back (B393). The issue had to be suspended within days of being issued because the public were reporting that the serial numbers were falling off! After sorting out the varnish coating intended to extend the life of the note ,the issue was resumed in August 2002. The first notes all had the prefix HA01 and we are delighted to offer these in crisp, uncirculated condition.
£28.50