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This green banknote is an uncirculated specimen of the 2000 version of the Jersey pound note. It has the signature of Ian Black, the treasurer of the State of Jersey at that time. Because it is a specimen note, its serial number is all zeros and it has a diagonal red SPECIMEN overprint on both sides of the note. The obverse side of the note consists of two Certhia familiaris (Eurasian treecreeper) birds, the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Norman Hepple, flowers, and the Coat of Arms of Jersey: a shield with three lion passant guardant. The reverse side of the note includes a view of St. Helier parish church and an outline map of Jersey. The security features are a watermark of a Jersey cow head and a solid security thread. The notes dimensions are 128 mm by 65 mm. This limited-edition specimen banknote has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.