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This green banknote is a specimen of the 2010 Jersey pound note. Though it does not have a date, it still has the signature of Ian Black, the Treasurer of the States at that time. Because it is a specimen note, it has an all-zero serial number and a diagonal red SPECIMEN overprint on both sides of the note. This note also has a Paper Money Grade of 66, Exceptional Paper Quality (EPQ), above average centering, and experienced minor handling. The obverse side of the note contains the Monument to Freedom in Liberation Square of Saint Helier, the Coat of Arms of Jersey, and Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse side of the note contains English, French, and Norman text, the Le Hocq Tower in Saint Clement, and the La Hougue Bie Neolithic burial mound. The security features of the note are a registration device of an outline map of Jersey, a windowed security thread, a watermark of a Jersey cow head, an electrotype watermark of 1, and Cornerstones watermark. It is 130 mm long and 65 mm wide.