Ireland, Lady Lavery £1, 1975, EF

A classic and long-lasting design of the Irish pound which was discontinued in 1976.
Availability: In stock
SKU: BIB5163
£23.50

The first note issued by the new Irish Republic bore the portrait of Lady Hazel Lavery as a typical Irish Colleen. This design continued from 1928 right through to 1976 when it was finally abandoned in favour of a completely new series.

 

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