Bank of Ireland 1929–continuing

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Re: Bank of Ireland 1929–continuing

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7 notes in the very low grade sellotaped group, that's more than I thought.
These are entry level space filler examples of the note, worth little over face value, imho.

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Yes, given that better examples of the 1929 £20 are available, I would not be inclined to pay too much for these entry level space fillers. That being said, always nice to get an example of a rare note at a cheap price !

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Three dates are known for McGinn £10 notes, 1st July 1995, 1st July 1998 and 5th September 2000. Standard issue, replacement and specimen notes are available to collectors. An example of the first date is shown, front and reverse. Replacement notes appear to be scarce; an example is attached.
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