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This uncirculated 50 British pound banknote is a standard circulation banknote introduced by the Bank of England in 1999 and designed by Roger Withington. It is a red, pink, orange, yellow, and blue banknote that bears the signature of Chief Cashier Merlyn Vivienne Lowther, and measures 156 mm x 85 mm. Its obverse side shows a seated Britannia, an embossed pyramid for the partially sighted, a holographic patch, and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Its reverse side depicts the house and portrait of Sir John Houblon, the first Governor of the Bank of England, and an 18th-century Bank of England gatekeeper in uniform. Security features include a windowed security thread and a watermark of Queen Elizabeth II. The note was withdrawn in 2014.