Value of 1st March 1939 Two Shillings Sixpence Specimen Note from Bermuda
Bermuda Government 1st March 1939 Two Shillings Sixpence 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 Amounts Not Exceeding Forty Shillings – Issued By The Currency Commissioners Under The Authority Of The Legislature – Two Shillings Sixpence – Hamilton, Bermuda. 1st March 1939
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We buy all of these 1939 two shillings sixpence bank notes from Bermuda. Values are based purely on condition. 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.