1930 Northern Bank Ltd Tenner

This is a charity shop find and I traded a modern day tenner for it.



1930 Northern Bank £10 Note.

A quick internet search reveals this had a rough value of £580 adjusting for inflation.

Kind of mind boggling.

Being a note of such high value there wouldn’t have been too many around and so they where all hand signed. This one by John Henry Craig.

It’s huge too, I imagine so it wouldn’t be misplaced easily and perhaps as a statement to it’s value, the same way todays notes grow in size according to the value.


A mint £10 note sells for around £500 and a mint £100 note can fetch as much as £3500!

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