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The Ten Shilling note was replaced by the 50 Pence coin at the conversion to decimal currency.

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New Zealand never produced a Ten Shilling coin. 1967 was the year New Zealand introduced decimal currency. The Ten Shilling note was replaced by a One Dollar note. There was also a non-circulating large One Dollar coin issued.


King George VI appears on the front of the 1937 Australian Ten Shilling note.


Roughly they can be valued between £500-£5k depending on quality


The Bank of England Ten Shilling note was last issued on 13-Oct-1969 and ceased to be legal tender on 22-Nov-1970. It was replaced by the 50 New Pence coin which was first issued in 1969.


The British Ten Shilling note was last issued in 1969 and was progressively withdrawn from circulation after decimalisation in 1971.


No, and if it was, you would get only One Dollar for it.An Australian Ten Shilling note, even in poor condition. might get at least Five Dollars.


To get an an estimate of value on a British bank note, you will need to provide the name of the Chief Cashier, serial number prefix, a description of the design and the date of issue if available (most British notes are undated). __ The Ten Shilling note was the smallest denomination bank note of the British and most British Commonwealth countries pre-decimal currencies. The Ten Shilling note was equal to half a Pound, a Half-Sovereign, 2 Crowns or 120 pence. The first British Ten Shilling note was issued in 1914. Eight issues of the Ten Shilling note were made from 1914 to 1961. The Ten Shilling note was progressively withdrawn after the introduction of decimal currency in 1971. It was replaced by the 50 New Pence coin. -- The last series was brown with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the front-right and a seated Brittania centrally on the back. It was signed by three chief cashiers; L.K. O'Brien (1960-61) J.Q. Hollom (1962-66) J.S. Fforde (1966-70) They are worth $12-16 in mint uncirculated condition and $4-5 in very good used.


I have no way of knowing whether or not it was circulated, but the serial number of the last Bank of England Ten Shilling note commenced with D38N and possibly ended with 999999.


Please check the serial number and who signed the note. There appears to have been no New Zealand Ten Shilling note issued commencing with 5C.


The Australian Ten Shilling note had "Half Sovereign" printed on them from 1915 to 1933. To get a valuation, please provide the serial number and the names of the two signatories.


The Bank of England Ten Shilling note was withdrawn in November 1970 following the introduction of its replacement, the 50 New Pence coin, in October 1969.


The Ten Shilling note was a component of a now redundant currency used by many Commonwealth countries. Ten Shillings was equal to half a Pound or 120 Pence. At the time of Australia's conversion to decimal currency in February, 1966, Ten Shillings converted to One Dollar (AUD). Any collector value on a Ten Shilling note would depend on its condition, Serial Number and the signatories.


The British Treasury red on white Ten Shilling note (1st Series)(reverse blank) issued in 1914 were 127 mm x 64 mm. The British Treasury red on white Ten Shilling note (2nd Series)(reverse blank) issued in 1915 were 136 mm x 76 mm. The British Treasury green and brown Ten Shilling note (3rd Series) issued from 1918 to 1927 were 138 mm x 78 mm. The Bank of England red/brown Ten Shilling note (Series A - 1st issue) issued from 1928 to 1934 were 138 mm x 78 mm. The Bank of England mauve/grey Ten Shilling note (Emergency wartime issue) issued from 1940 to 1948 were 138 mm x 78 mm. The Bank of England red/brown Ten Shilling note (Series A - 2nd and 3rd issues) issued from 1948 to 1955 were 138 mm x 78 mm. The Bank of England red/brown Ten Shilling note (Series C) issued from 1961 to 1967 were 140 mm x 67 mm.


Such a note does not exist. The last Bank of England Ten Shilling notes were issued in 1969 and ceased to be legal tender in November, 1970.


The 1958 Guernsey 10 Shilling note is worth $20 in very good used condition, rising to $325 in mint uncirculated condition.


Please check the details of your note and provide the name of the Chief Cashier.


A ten shilling note (not a pound note) only has prefixes up to M and not X. Is the number you have stated correct? A similar note with number X22A 890058 would be worth around £3 - £5 if in mint condition (these notes were issued between 1970 and 1980 in the UK).


The post decimal value of the old ten shilling (10/-) bank note is just 50p!


Please check your note. A Bank of England Ten Shilling note with serial R10 does not exist against Chief Cashier L.K. O'Brien. It does exist against his successor, J.Q. Hollom.


A Bank of England Ten shilling note (series C red/brown) Chief cashier - J.S Forde - serial 18Y 015906 and 18Y 015905. I would be very grateful if you can tell me. Thank you


There were no Australian 10 Shilling notes printed in 1966. 1966 is the year they were withdrawn after being replaced by the One Dollar note.



We'll need more information to answer your question - what ARE the signatures on the note if they're not Coombs and Wilson. What condition is the note in and what is the serial number? What designs are on the note?


It is difficult to tell. What country is it from and whose signature is on it?


0. The Austrian shilling was replaced by the Euro in 2002.



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