1804 Malahide, Co Dublin - The Silver Bank, Three Shillings & Ninepence Halfpenny, payable in Notes of the Bank of Ireland

Early Irish Banknotes: The Silver Bank, Malahide (3 shillings & ninepence ha’penny)

Talbot & Co (Malahide Bank) By the Act of 1799, banks within the City of Dublin were forbidden to issue notes for less than 5 guineas (£5 and 5 shillings). Banks outside this boundary were not subject to this restriction and, consequently, many new entrants to the banking sector chose rural Dublin villages outside of…