Bank Of England One Pound. British One Pound Note Isaac Newton, Bank of England Banknotes. Great Britain Currency GBP - One Pound Note with Isaac Newton. BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES PICTORIAL SERIES D. Reverse: Sir Isaac Newton with his telescope.
The prism on the table beside Newton refers to his work, "The New Theory of Lights and Colours" (1672) and "Optics" (1704). Date first issued: 9 February 1978 (20 March 1981). Date last issued: 31 december 1984.
I Promise to Pay the Bearer on Demand the Sum of One Pound. London, for the Governor and Company of the Bank of England.
He joined the Bank in 1952 and spent 3 years seconded to the Managing Director of the IMF. He became Deputy Chief Cashier in 1973 and was promoted to Chief Cashier on 1 March 1980. He remained in office until his retirement on 28 February 1988. This coincided with a switch to printing on a new web press.
On the notes, this was indicated with the addition of a small "W" on the reverse. Bank of England One Pound notes. The item "1978-84 £1 Pound Great Britain ObverseSir Isaac NewtonSolid Serial 777777 UNC" is in sale since Saturday, July 27, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins\Notes\Europe\UK". The seller is "taggydag" and is located in Highett, VIC.This item can be shipped worldwide.