One of the most impressive and forgotten British banknotes is the Blue Fiver from the mid 50's. Known now as the Lion and Key because of the design of the reverse, it took over from the large White Fiver and was the first of the new generation of banknotes.
The notes are in superb mint condition. British banknote were in circulation during the 1950's will bring great memories for many even after all this time. Many important events took place during this period of time affecting our world today. The notes are in uncirculated condition. Consecutive numbers available if required and banknote prefixes may vary from image shown
Second Period Series B( Helmeted Britannia) Banknotes 1957-1967 in Uncirculated condition
H prefix which were printed from 1961. Prefix start with H79 727606 upwards
Blue multicoloured underprint. Un-shaded £5 symbol on reverse 159x 89mm. Signature LK O'Brien