N Ireland Ulster Bank £5 2007 P340 Unc D Prefix

Ulster Bank Limited £5 2007 P340 Pink and brown Wheat fields, docks and Giants Causeway. D Prefix Unc
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SKU: BNB8911
£19.50

Crisp Uncirculated examples of some of the last Ulster Bank £5 printed on paper. Now of course the Ulster Bank notes are gradually being replaced by polymer issues so these paper £5 have long vanished from circulation (P340) The vignettes on the front depict wheat stacks, the docks and a view of the Giants Causeway The arms of the bank are on the back. Crisp Uncirculated at just £14.50

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