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Thomas Dela Rue Promotional Note Heron Polymer Unc

It is very unusual to be able to offer more than a single example of a security printer’s promotional note printed on polymer plastic. Imagine my delight when we were offered a stunning polymer promotional note produced by Thomas de la Rue and who are currently responsible for printing the polymer Bank of England notes. The design is delightful with the head of a heron to the left. To the right, swirling water, bulrushes and reeds over the see through security panel. The back shows a child fishing with his net in a river. We have seen these offered on the continent for as much as 200 Euros each. Due to a really lucky break we can now offer Uncirculated examples of this wonderful Crane Polymer Promotional note. Sure to delight and a promotional note with a real difference.

Clydesdale Bank £10 2017 Polymer Note (Uncirculated)

The Clydesdale Bank was the first bank in Scotland to start replacing their note issue with a polymer equivalent. They have now issued a £5 and £10 note. This issue we can offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the new Clydesdale £10 note. Both notes feature a portrait of poet Robert Burns on the front. The polymer issue has a view of Edinburgh Castle alongside a map of Scotland and a see through security panel (P229Q) A chance to add Uncirculated examples of the new polymer Clydesdale £10 notes to your collection.

Honduras 20 Lempiras 2008 P95 Plastic Unc

Honduras 20 lempiras 2008 P95 Green. De Herrera at r/ Presidential Palace printed on plastic Unc

Fiji 5 Dollars 2012 P115a Plastic (No Queen) Unc

Fiji 5 dollars nd P115 Green Printed on polymer plastic The first issue without Queen's portrait Bird on branch/iguana and flowers Unc

New Zealand, New Plastic 5 dollars, 2015 (P191). UNC

New polymer plastic issue for 2015 featuring Sir Edmund Hilary and winner of the IBNS Banknote of the Year.

Chatham Islands 1 Koha Plastic

Chatham Islands 1 Koha Fantasy issue printed on polymer plastic Pink, yellow and blue. Weka birds/ Lobster and Kaingaroa Wharf. Unc