G.M. Gill, £5 'Wellington' (B353) UNC

Bank of England, G.M. Gill Chief Cashier (1988-1991), £5 Duke of Wellington (B353) Crisp Uncirculated
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SKU: BEB6475

George Malcolm Gill was one of the shortest serving Chief Cashiers of the twentieth century. He came into office in 1988 and left to join the Bank for International Settlements in 1991. During this three year period, two different £5 notes were issued with Gill’s signature. His Pictorial £5 notes were the last in the series and his Historical £5 notes were the first of the new design series.

We now offer crisp examples of the Pictorial £5 notes issued with Gill’s signature (B353) issued for just 2 years in crisp uncirculated.

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Wrapper Flapper Small (101mm x 170mm) x50

Some of the best holders for individual banknotes. They are made from a crystal clear substance which will not harm the note over time. This size is useful for most notes up to £20 size.