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N Ireland Provincial Bank £1 1979 P247b Unc

The Provincial Bank of Ireland issued banknotes in Northern Ireland until 1981 when the Allied Irish Bank group of which had been part since 1966, took over. These £1 notes are dated 1979, the last date for a £1 note issued by the Provincial Bank (P247b) The front has a young girl to the right and the shields of the six counties below. The back references The Girona, a ship which was part of the Spanish Armada and which foundered off Lacada Point in Northern Ireland in 1588. Crisp Uncirculated.

N Ireland Ulster Bank £1 1976 P325 Unc

Ulster Bank £1 banknote from 1976 P325 Coloured blue and pink on white. Features wheat stacks on the obverse left docks in the centre and Giant’s Causeway on the rear. In uncirculated condition.

N. Ireland Belfast Banking Co £5 1942 (Uncirculated)

1942 (P127b) Lovely example of this wartime Fiver; crisp, uncirculated and thus scarce.