1925 Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue) Ten Pounds, Type 1b, dated 10 Oct 1925, signed by Gargan, Chief Cashier. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Early Irish Banknotes: 1925 Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue) Ten Pound Note, Type 1b

Date: 1925 Description: A Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue), Ten Pound Note, Type 1b (Larger fractional prefix), Signature: Joseph A. Gargan, Chief Cashier. Date: 10-OCT-1925 Issued on 10th October 1925 Serial Number: U/46 031453 Size: 200mm x 115mm Country: Ireland Category: Early Irish Banknotes Bank of Ireland Seventeenth Issue  Ten Pounds Type 1b   Further…

Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue), Five Pound Note, Type 1d (Larger fractional prefix), Signature: Joseph A. Gargan, Chief Cashier. Date: 26-SEP-1925. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Early Irish Banknotes: 1925 Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue) Five Pound Note, Type 1d

Date: 1925 Description: A Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue), Five Pound Note, Type 1d (Larger fractional prefix), Signature: Joseph A. Gargan, Chief Cashier. Date: 26-SEP-1925 Issued on 26th September 1925 Serial Number: A/22 071927 Size: 175mm x 95mm Country: Ireland Category: Early Irish Banknotes Bank of Ireland Seventeenth Issue  Five Pounds Type 1d   Further…

A Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue), Five Pound Note, Type 1c (In-line prefix), Signature: Joseph A. Gargan, Chief Cashier. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Early Irish Banknotes: 1924 Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue) Five Pound Note, Type 1c

Date: 1924 Description: A Bank of Ireland (Seventeenth Issue), Five Pound Note, Type 1c (In-line prefix), Signature: Joseph A. Gargan, Chief Cashier. Issued on 11th February 1922 Serial Number: 17R071679 Size: 175mm x 95mm Country: Ireland Category: Early Irish Banknotes Bank of Ireland Seventeenth Issue  Five Pounds Type 1c   Further Reading: Bank of Ireland…

Ireland Irish coin sixpence reverse

O’Brien Coin Guide: Irish Pre-Decimal Sixpence

The sixpence (6d) (Irish: reul) coin was a sub-division of the pre-decimal Irish pound, worth 1/40 of a pound or ½ of a shilling.  It ‘nickname’ was a ‘tanner’ and it is thought that this is from John Sigismund Tanner, originally from Saxe-Coburg, who was a medallist and designer at the Royal Mint.  The sixpence he designed for George II…