1934-1939 Great Britain Brown Colored Ten Shillings Without Security Thread Seated Britannia and Signed Peppiatt Prefix 68R
Description: A beautiful Fine or much better ten English Shillings banknote. This banknote was issued in the period 1934 through 1939 and is brown and brown on gray and violet background. It shows an image of a Seated Britannia to the left on the front. Britannia is seated with a spear in one hand and a branch in the other. The back has the same color scheme as the front with a large foliate design. The banknote has a watermark showing the head of woman (Minerva) wearing a large hat in the bottom center. The note is signed by K. O. Peppiatt the Chief Cashier the Bank of England at the time and has the prefix 68R. This particular note has the serial number 408347 and has NO security thread. Please carefully review the scan as it is part and parcel of our description.
Printer: Bank of England.
Size: Measures ~5 3/8" by ~3 1/16".
Pick Number: P 362c.
Condition: I would grade this banknote as a good fine or much better with all the details being well preserved. The note is somewhat limp and has horizontal and vertical folds. It is soiled especially on the back along the fold lines and has some minor stains especially at the lower edge. The note is intact with no tears, splits, pinholes, graffiti, or repairs. The corners are rounded and has some creasing, but nothing to worry about. Please see photo for additional condition information.