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100 pound note: Really in widespread use until 1996?

A Forum for Discussion on the Lady Lavery A Series notes
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100 pound note: Really in widespread use until 1996?

Post#1 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:23 pm

THe Lady Lavery 100 pound note was the only 100 pound note at the time of Series B, and even a bit of Series C, so was it used activley during that time? DId banks actively issue them? Were they treated as only being worth face value? :? :? :?



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Re: 100 pound note: Really in widespread use until 1996?

Post#2 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:44 am

Lavery £100 notes were current until the C Series £100 note was introduced.
You could order Lavery £100 notes through your bank until then.

However, £100 notes were seldom seen in circulation.
Even the C Series £100 were uncommon. That's why there is a high premium on an UNC C Series £100.



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Re: 100 pound note: Really in widespread use until 1996?

Post#3 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:47 pm

Mac wrote:You could order Lavery £100 notes through your bank until then.

Sounds like a cool way to find notes for your collection ;)



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