See description for a breakdown of date and grades, then use the drop down list to choose your date and grade. This note has been in circulation. The note surface contains wrinkles & folds. There are also three vertical creases but they are not severe. The paper is very firm, clean & free from graffiti.To the top left there are two tiny pin holes. All the edges & corners are sharp and free from tears or nicks. Having been in circulation for a spell has resulted in the paper containing wrinkles & folds. It also contains a number of vertical creases, the centre one being the heaviest which has lightly marked the print, mainly to the bottom edge. Also has a medium horizontal crease through the centre. The paper is still on the firmer side, it has a "1" graffiti mark to the front left side. All the corners & edges are sharp, except for a tiny 1mm tear above the "N" to the top. This note was taken from circulation which has left the paper containing the usual wrinkles & folds. There is also about three vertical light to medium creases & one to each of the bottom corners. It also contains a light horizontal fold through the centre. The paper is still on the firm side but contains a faded graffiti number'1650' to the centre left. The edges & corners are good, along the top edge it has visible wrinkles & a 3mm nick, also a few wrinkles to the bottom edge.
T his note has been in circulation for some time which has left the surface with wrinkles & a number of folds in different directions. It also contains two visible creases to the left & two lighter creases one vertically & one horizontally in the centre.
The paper is still on the firm side, is free from pin holes, tares or nicks & the edges, including the corners are only showing the slightest of wear. As can be seen from the picture there is a'400' & a light'23' graffiti mark to the front & to the top on the reverse there is a light blue ink mark.
This note was in circulation which has resulted in the paper having wrinkles over the majority of its surface & a number of folds. There are also two definite creases, (on the left) one running vertical just to the right of the last 8 in the serial number & one horizontal near the centre of the right side. The paper is still nice & firm & this one is free from graffiti or pin holes. The corners show very little wear & the edges do not have any tears or nicks but the top & bottom edge have some visible wrinkles.
This note has been brought out of circulation, this has resulted in the surface containing light wrinkles & folds. It is free from heavy creases. The paper is still firm & crisp, free from Graffiti & holes. All the edges & corners are sharp & free from nicks or tears.
This is another one of these now scarce & collectible early notes which has been in circulation at some time but was found recently, as with the others here in a house clearance. The greater part of the surface contains wrinkles & folds.It also has two creases, one across each corner at the top. The paper is still firm & free from graffiti, has two tiny pin holes to the left & in the centre area of the note some of the silver line is missing. (I cannot tell if this was a manufacturing fault or because of usage).
The edges & corners are sharp on this one. Another note taken from circulation which has caused the. To contain wrinkles & folds. It contains one crease across the top left corner.The paper is still firm & free from graffiti or holes. All the edges & corners are sharp. Although also taken from circulation the wrinkles are not as. The creases in this note are mainly vertical & there are four of them. It does not contain any heavy creases.
The paper is crisp & firm, free from graffiti or holes. All the edges & corners are sharp & free from tears or nicks.The paper of this one has a slight soft feel from being in circulation. Most of the surface has wrinkles & folds. At least two of the vertical folds are heavy & to the centre top edge the wrinkles are more.
The paper is still on the firm side & is free from graffiti or holes. Although there is some wear showing to the top centre edge the rest are very good & corners are still sharp.
It does not contain tears or nicks. This note has been removed from circulation which has resulted in the usual wrinkles over the complete surface. It also contains a number of folds.
There is a vertical crease & one across the top right corner. The paper is still on the firm side, with two graffiti marks to the left (one showing through to the back) & also has two pin holes, to the left of the bird. The edges & corners are good, they are showing very little wear & are free from nicks or tares. (See picture for further confirmation of grade).This note was taken from circulation which has resulted in the surface containing wrinkles & folds. It also contains a few, mainly vertical, creases but none are extremely heavy. The paper is fairly firm & is clear from graffiti or holes. The edges & corners are good, with a tiny nick to the centre bottom & a small tear 4mm long above the "O" of The Bank OF England. Most of the note surface has fine wrinkles from being in circulation for a short time. It contains a double mark horizontally in the centre from a counting machine. The centre also contains a vertical fold.
The paper is still firm with sharp corners and edges. Has been taken from circulation so.
Contains surface wrinkles and folds but no heavy creases, the paper is still firm and the edges and corners are sharp, it is free from tares and nicks, the paper is clean and free from graffiti. This note has been in circulation for a very short time. It contains a few light folds, mainly to three corners. There is the usual'pucker' marks at the ribbon. Horizontally in the centre there is a double mark from a counting machine.
The rest of the note is as issued. Both notes have light teller flick/counting marks to the centre of the note. TtttttttttttttbhTThis note had not been in circulation.
This note has been taken out of circulation so contains some light wrinkles & an extremely light vertical fold. Horizontally through the centre there is a light double line/mark where it has been put through an automatic counting machine. The paper is firm, all edges and corners are sharp as issued from the printers. The surface contains some waviness and wrinkles.
There is also an extremely light vertical fold in the centre & a very light double horizontal mark in the centre where it has gone through an automatic counting machine. The paper is still very firm and all corners & edges are sharp. It is free from pin holes, tears, nicks and graffiti.This item is in the category "Coins\Banknotes\British\English\Elizabeth II (1952-Now)". The seller is "5*jewellery" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.