Value of 1st April 1943 Ten Shillings Specimen Note from Bermuda
Bermuda Government 1st April 1943 Ten Shillings Specimen
Description: This bank note only exists as a specimen. These were never released for circulation as issued bank notes. Specimens are very rare and worth thousands of dollars.
Varieties: The serial number on your note could be different. Due to the fact that these are specimens, no true varieties exist.
Portrait: George VI
Text: Bermuda Government – Bermuda Notes Are Legal Tender For The Payment Of Any Amount – Ten Shillings – Issued Under The Authority Of The Bermuda Legislature – Assistant Colonial Treasurer – Colonial Treasurer – Hamilton, Bermuda, 1st April 1943. – Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co New Malden, Surrey, England
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