Value of 20th October 1952 Five Shillings Bank Note from Bermuda
Bermuda Government 20th October 1952 Five Shillings Bill
Description: When dealing with 1952 Bermuda bank notes you just need to remember that high denominations are worth more money than low denominations. Sadly, these five shillings notes are very common and never sell for more than $200, even in perfect condition.
Varieties: There are no varieties for this design type, year, and denomination.
Portrait: Queen Elizabeth II
Text: Bermuda Government – Bermuda Notes Are Legal Tender For The Payment Of Any Amount – Five Shillings – Issued Under The Authority Of The Bermuda Legislature – Hamilton, Bermuda. 20th October, 1952. – Assistant Colonial Treasurer – Colonial Treasurer – Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co New Malden, Surrey, England
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We buy all of these 1952 five shilling bank notes from Bermuda. Values are based purely on condition and occasionally the serial number. If you would like our offer, then please send us pictures of your bank note. We will grade the paper money and respond back quickly with our buy and sell price. You might be surprised at how much money some high grade Bermuda bank notes can be worth.