After enduring a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time for some good news! In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day (March 17), we are offering two deep discount codes, both good through the end of the month: The Ireland Republic and Northern Ireland chapters of The Banknote Book are available for just US$1 each
The Republic of Ireland chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. This 21-page catalog covers notes issued by the Currency Commission (Coimisiún Airgid Reatha) from 1928 to 1942, and the Central Bank of Ireland (Banc Ceannais na hÉireann) from
According to an RTE article dated 9 March 2018, the board of the Central Bank of Ireland is considering a recommendation to stop printing euro banknotes at the bank’s Currency Centre in Sandyford, Co Dublin. Ireland would continue to use euro banknotes printed elsewhere. Courtesy of Jim Chen.
,,,,, 5 pounds (US$10.45), 1st JANUARY 2007. Like P335, but new date, new typeface for Ulster Bank Limited, Royal Bank of Scotland logo added, and new signature (Cormac McCarthy, GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE). Printer: DE LA RUE. 10 pounds (US$19.60), 1st JANUARY 2007. Like P336, but new date, new typeface for
Northern Ireland’s Ulster Bank today announced that it will release a limited edition £5 (US$8) note featuring legendary football (soccer) star George Best. The bank plans to issue one million commemorative notes in November to coincide with the first anniversary of the death of the celebrated Northern Irishman and Manchester