Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound; dated 2 January 1936, S/N: 97J 091224, Brennan-McElligott signatures. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – One Pound (Type 2a – In-line prefix)

Date: 1930-37 Description: Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, Type 1b (Fractional prefix), dated 2 January 1936, S/N: 97J 091224. Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 84mm…

Currency Commission Irish Free State, Ten Shillings, Type 1b (In-line prefix). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott, dated 20 May 1931, S/N: 84A 091901. This date is not listed by Blake & Callaway. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – Ten Shillings (Type 1b – In-line prefix)

Date: 1929-1937 Description: Currency Commission Irish Free State, Ten Shillings, Type 1b (In-line prefix). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott, dated 20 May 1931, S/N: 84A 091901. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 78mm…

1928 Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, dated 10 September 1928, H/25 013786, Brennan-McElligott signatures. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – One Pound (Type 1a – Fractional prefix)

Date: 1928 Description: A Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, dated 10 September 1928, H/25 013786, Brennan-McElligott signatures. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 84mm × 151mm Known Dates: 2 10-SEP-1928, 23-OCT-1928 Obverse: Dual Language…

Currency Commission Irish Free State, Ten Pounds, dated 10 September 1928, Searial Number: V/01 016933, Brennan-McElligott signatures. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – Ten Pounds (Type 1a – Fractional prefix)

Date: 1928 Description: A Currency Commission of the Irish Free State, Ten Pounds, Type 1a (Fractional prefix). Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 108mm x 191mm Known Dates:…

Central Bank of Ireland, Ten Shillings, Type 3g (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = E (in purple ink) and dated 4th February 1944. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Central Bank of Ireland – Ten Shillings (Type 4d – War Codes) E

Date: 1943-1944 Description: Central Bank of Ireland, Ten Shillings, Type 4d (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = E (in purple ink) and dated 4th February 1944. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s…

Currency Commission of the Irish Free State, Ten Shillings, Type 3e (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = M (in grey ink) and dated 5th June 1943. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Central Bank of Ireland – Ten Shillings (Type 4b – War Codes) M

Date: 1943 Description: Central Bank of Ireland, Ten Shillings, Type 3e (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = M (in grey ink) and dated 5th June 1943. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s…

Central Bank of Ireland, Ten Shillings, Type 3d (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = L (in orange ink) and dated 2nd March 1943. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Central Bank of Ireland – Ten Shillings (Type 4a – War Codes) L

Date: 1943 Description: Central Bank of Ireland, Ten Shillings, Type 4a (War Codes added). Signed by Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. War Code = L (in orange ink) and dated 2nd March 1943. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s…