The 'Last 10/-' Silver Banknote
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Own the last ‘ten bob’ banknote in FINE SILVER

Ten Shillings Silver Banknote Front On Desk
Ten Shillings Note 2

Own the last ‘ten bob’ banknote in FINE SILVER

Many of us still remember the ten bob note that used to circulate before the 50p came around. Worth the equivalent of 50p in the 1960s, it would have bought you 6 pints of beer, 10 loaves of bread, or 17 pints of milk. It’s hard to imagine a 50p going so far these days!

The 10/- banknote boasts a long and interesting history and many of us have fond memories of using the note before it disappeared from circulation 50 years ago.

Fine Silver Issue

And now, to commemorate this famous banknote a limited number of perfect reproductions have been intricately struck from 5g of Fine Silver.

Protectively laminated and presented in a Display Album, this is the perfect piece of nostalgia and heritage to pass down to your children and grandchildren.

Limited availability

However, only a limited number have been produced to mark 50 years since the 10/- banknote was withdrawn from circulation.

Act now and add this historic Silver reproduction to your basket.

I understand I will receive other Historic British Silver
Banknotes at the collector's price of £45.00 (+£3.99) in The
Historic Silver Banknotes Collection at monthly intervals. I
am under no obligation and may return any banknote within 10
days. I may stop collecting at any time.
Order Ref 185/559F/3

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Specifications

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Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.