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Guernsey 1 Pound Banknote, 1991-2016 ND, P-52c, UNC

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Guernsey 1 Pound banknote from 1991, has a pick number of P-52c, is in uncriculated (UNC) condition and features D. De Lisle Brock.

  • SKU:
    GUER52CU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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Category: Guernsey
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The Guernsey 1 Pound banknote from 1991 is smaller in size compared to the preceding series. Its 128 x 65 mm in size and contains a solid security thread printed with GUERNSEY to enhance its security features. Its obverse side features a Market Square scene with shoppers and tented stalls in 1830, a quatrefoil as a registration device, and a Guernsey lily underprint pattern with olive branches flanking the seal of Bailiwick. On the reverse are the Royal Court building in St. Peter Port in 1840, a Guernsey lily underprint pattern, a Bailiffs hat, a portrait of Daniel de Lisle Brock, and the Brock Coat of Arms. Placing the note under a UV light would reflect the seal of the Bailiwick shield pattern watermark.

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