Consolidated Bank Notes, colloquially known as Ploughman banknotes
were issued from 1929 to 1941 as a direct replacement for the notes in circulation of the commercial banks operating within the Irish Free State. They served as an interim measure to wind up the banks' note issues as the A Series (Lavery) notes were brought int circulation. The Currency Commission Ireland
was the overall Issuing Authority for both the Lavery notes and the Ploughman notes.
Ireland consolidated banknotes: all eight commercial banks in the state issued the Ploughman notes.
Ten Pound Ploughman note Bank of Ireland
Ploughman Ten Pound bank note Hibernian Bank
10 Pound Ploughman note Munster and Leinster Bank
Ploughman 10 Pound note National Bank
Northern Bank Ploughman Ten Pound note
Ploughman Ten Pound note Provincial Bank of Ireland
Ploughman Ten Pound note Royal Bank of Ireland
Ten Pound Ulster Bank Ploughman bank note