The celebrated 17th-century painter Velazquez is the portrait on the front of these 50 pesetas dated
1928 (P75b) He was the leading painter in the court of the Spanish King Philip IV. The back of
the note depicts one of Velazquez’s paintings. Known as Las Lanzas or the Surrender of Breda, it
shows the Dutch General Nassau handing the keys of the city of Breda to the Spanish General Spinola.
A veritable little work of art Crisp EF/ GEF.
In 2018, to mark World Tourism, Gibraltar issued an official replica of the 10 shilling note dated
1934. It was given a nominal face value of 50 pence for the duration of 2018 and is available now in Uncirculated condition. You may not be able to include the 1934 Gibraltar 10 shillings in your collection but this one, which officially mirrors the original, is completely affordable.