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Ireland (Republic) 10 Pounds 18.7.1978 (EGC 961285) (circulated) VF-XF

Ireland (Republic) 10 Pounds 18.7.1978 (EGC 961285) (circulated) VF-XF
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150.00 ($ 163.50)
10 Pounds 18.7.1978 (Front: Anglo-Irish satirist and poet Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), who became Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Ancient coat of arms of Dublin from a city council resolution against a letter by Swift from April 1735. Excerpt from a handwriting of Jonathan Swift. Back: Part of a map of Dublin (published by John Rocque in 1756). Great Abbey Street, Astons Quay and the River Liffey are shown in the map. Watermark: Effigy of Lady Hazel Lavery. Security features: Consecutively running red horizontal and black vertical serial numbers on the front of the banknote. Embedded solid 0.3 mm wide security thread. Predominant colours: Purple and violet. Artist: Servicon, Ltd., Ireland. Signatures: Charles Henry Murray (Governor - Gobharnóir, 1976 - 1981); Tomás F. O'Cofaigh (Secretary of the Department of Finance - Rúnaí na Roinne Airgeadais). Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Central Bank of Ireland - Banc Ceannais na h-Éireann. Date of issue: 18 July 1978. Legal tender: 1976-1995. Date of withdrawal: May 1993. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: De La Rue plc, England) (Serial # EGC 961285) (circulated) VF-XF

Dimensions: 165 x 86 mm


Catalogue Number: P-72a

Grade/condition: Very Fine to Extremely Fine (VF-XF) (circulated, used)