Each DateStampT issue has its own unique serial number, which you can personally register online to obtain your official DateStampT registration certificate. Remember, JUST 995 collectors can be the proud owners of this extremely limited issue. And because of the one-day-only postmark it will be impossible for any more to be issued. Country of issue: United Kingdom.
Postmarking date: 23rd June 2021. Maximum Authorised Release Quantity: 995. Focus on these two key security features to help confirm that your notes are genuine. Tilt the note from side to side. Check the words change between'Fifty' and'Pounds'.
Look at the metallic image over the main window. Check the foil is gold and green on the front of the note and silver on the back. Look for a second, smaller window in the bottom corner of the note. The Queen's portrait in the see-through window. A silver foil patch contains a 3D image of the coronation crown.You will find this above the main see-through window on the front of the note. A metallic, red foil patch contains the letters'AT'. You will find this on the back of the note, directly behind the silver crown on the front of the note. Feel of polymer and raised print. The note is printed on polymer, which is a thin and flexible plastic material. On the front of the note, you can feel raised print. For example, on the words'Bank of England' and in the bottom right corner, over the smaller window. The printed lines and colours on the note are sharp, clear and free from smudges or blurred edges.
If you use a magnifying glass, you will see the value of the note written in small letters and numbers below the Queen's portrait. Under a good quality ultraviolet light, the number'50' appears in bright red and green on the front of the note, against a duller background. This item is in the category "Coins\Banknotes\British\English\Elizabeth II (1952-Now)". The seller is "fern_dary" and is located in this country: GB.
This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.