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To commemorate the 200th anniversary of Thomas de la Rues first commercial venture, the States of Guernsey sold 300,000 1-pound notes that had the TD/LR prefix and featured Thomas de la Rue instead of Daniel de Lisle Brock on the back of the note. This note has a paper money grade (PMG) of 66. The front side of the note has a Guernsey lily underprint pattern, the seal of Bailiwick flanked by olive branches, and the market scene circa 1822. Aside from Thomas de la Rue, the back also has a Guernsey lily underprint pattern, a Fountain Street scene in St. Peter Port circa 1799, and the front page of Le Miroir Politique. The note has a solid security thread with printed GUERNSEY, but bears no watermark. The note measures 128 mm by 65 mm.