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Provident Bank of Ireland
Dublin 1837



Two Types by serial prefix and design



One date, two Types


Two denominations have been recorded, £1 notes, and 30 Shilling notes. The two denominations are similar in design, and bear a resemblance to banknotes of the Provincial Bank of Ireland of the day.

There are two Types of banknote issued by the Provident Bank of Ireland: Type A is the initial issue, and has a serial number without a prefix letter. Type B notes have a prefix A added above the serial number, and £1 notes of Type B have had the typeface of the bank title on top and 'DUBLIN' on the bottom changed from a sans serif bold to a serif style to match the 30 Shilling notes.

All banknotes recorded are dated March 1, 1837 and are printed uniface.


Type A, No prefix.

Provident Bank of Ireland, One Pound, March 1st 1837. No prefix
Provident Bank of Ireland, One Pound, March 1st 1837. No prefix


Provident Bank of Ireland, 30 Shillings, 1 March 1837
Provident Bank of Ireland, 30 Shillings, 1 March 1837



Type B, Prefix A

Provident Bank of Ireland, Dublin, One Pound, March 1st 1837, Prefix A
Provident Bank of Ireland, Dublin, One Pound, March 1st 1837, Prefix A


Provident Bank of Ireland, 30 Shillings, Dublin, 1 March 1837, Prefix A
Provident Bank of Ireland, 30 Shillings, Dublin, 1 March 1837, Prefix A




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