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#1a 1 Shilling 30.11.1918
#1s 1 Shilling Specimen.
#2a 2 Shillings 30.6.1916
#2b 2 Shillings 30.3.1918
#3 5 Shillings 1.3 1920
#4a 10 Shillings 31.3.1916
#4b 10 Shillings 30.3.1918
#4s 10 Shillings Specimen.
#7a 10 Shillings 2.1.1928-21.7.1930; 14.9.1934
#7b10 Shillings 4.1.1937-24.12.1948
#9a10 Shillings 31.3.1953-4.2.1958
#9s 10 Shillings Specimen.
#5a 20 Shillings 31.3.1916
#5b 20 Shillings 30.3.1918
#5s1 20 Shillings As a. Specimen.
#5s2 20 Shillings As b. Perforated SPECIMEN.
#8a 20 Shillings 2.1.1928-21.7.1930; 14.9.1934
#8b20 Shillings 4.1.1937-2.7.1951
#10a20 Shillings 31.3.1953-20.1.1957
#10s 20 Shillings Specimen.
#12 20 Shillings 17.4.1962
#6 100 Shillings = 5 Pounds 1.3.1919
#11a 100 Shillings = 5 Pounds 31.3.1953
#11b 100 Shillings = 5 Pounds 26.4.1954
#11s100 Shillings = 5 Pounds Specimen.
#11A 1000 Pounds 26.4.1954 Specimen.
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This is a collection of world banknote images. Here you will find foreign banknote photos, banknote values and other information useful for banknote collecting. Some banknotes came from the banknote mint, some came from banknote dealers, some came from banknote auction. Some are stored in banknote folders, others are stored using other banknote supplies. This information is useful for banknote collecting software and cataloging banknote types and banknote values in U.S. dollars.