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Ireland Central B Lady Lavery £1 Unc

A classic and long-lasting design of the Irish pound was discontinued in 1976.

Ireland, 5 Punt 1990's P75b Unc

Ireland joined the Euro and abandoned its own currency. These Crisp Uncirculated 5 Punt notes are from the last design before the changeover.(P75) They are quite small with a portrait of Catherine McAulay in the foreground and a view of the Misericordiae Hospital in Dublin in the background. She was a nun who established the Sisters of Mercy in 1831. This order was long associated with education . The back depicts a schoolroom with an extract from a poem by Antoine O’Riafteiri on the blackboard. These are all dated in the 1990’s and are in Crisp Uncirculated.

Ireland, Ireland Central Bank Lady Lavery £5 1974 P65c Crisp EF

These £5 notes are dated 1974 and were issued by the Central Bank of Ireland (P65c.)They come from what was effectively a brand new pack of notes which had seen no circulation. Because of the way they were stored over the years, they have a gentle roll fold which means the notes must grade EF despite having seen no circulation. I think they’re lovely! They feature the portrait of Lady Hazel Lavery. Her husband Sir John Lavery used her as his model for the Irish Colleen which he was commissioned to depict for the note issue of the newly independent Republic of Ireland in the 1920’s. This series was known forever after as the Lady Lavery Series. It was eventually replaced in the late 1970’s with new designs so these notes are close to the end. £75 each and lovely!

Ireland, Killarney, 1 Guinea note, Crisp GEF

Rare early 19th century Irish Deanagh Mills 1 Guinea note. Very limited stock.