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Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 01 May 2016 00:55
by Mac
Three Pounds is one of the more sought-after denominations. A rare denomination.
Bank of Ireland £3 notes are the rarest.

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Bank of Ireland £3 Three Pound note 1912

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 01 May 2016 13:31
by Mac
National Bank £3 note.

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National Bank of Ireland 3 Pounds 1913

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 29 May 2016 00:15
by Mac
An older Provincial Bank £3 note.

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Provincial Bank of Ireland Three Pounds 1894

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 10 Aug 2016 20:39
by Mac
An older National Bank Three Pound Note.
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National Bank of Ireland £3 Three Pounds 1891.

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 14 Aug 2016 16:37
by Mac
This is the earliest Bank of Ireland £3 note that I have come across.
The scarcest Bank of Ireland notes tend to be from this era, when the bank was starting to add branch names to its notes. This banknote lists Carlow and Kilkenny as branch offices.
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Bank of Ireland Three Pounds 1846.

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 23 Jun 2018 11:01
by DOC
It appears that the Provincial Bank of Ireland may have adopted the £3 denomination before the Bank of Ireland. A £3 Provincial Bank proof is known with the date 1826.

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 04 Jul 2018 00:49
by ThePloughman
There is supposed to be a very early Ulster Bank 3 Pounder also, 1840s I think.
Mac wrote:An older National Bank Three Pound Note.
@Mac. Something wrong here, the picture is gone!

Re: Issued Three Pound Notes

Posted: 05 Jul 2018 18:37
by Mac
@Ploughman
Thanks for that, well spotted. I was moving some of the furniture around and changed the pic urls! :oops: Fixed now.