Value of 1st July 1920 Two Shillings Sixpence Bank Note from Grenada
The Government of Grenada 1st July 1920 Two Shillings Sixpence Bill
Description: This is the lowest denomination bank note issued by The Government of Grenada. It is for two shillings and sixpence. Issued bank notes are red and olive-gray in color. The front of the design shows a portrait of King George V. The back shows a sailing ship at center. As we have said many times, all of these bank notes from Grenada are very rare and we would be thrilled to have the opportunity to purchase any example.
Varieties: There are no varieties for this design type, year, and denomination.
Portrait: George V
Text: The Government of Grenada – Promises to pay the Bearer on Demand the Sum of – Two Shillings Sixpence – St. George’s – 1st July 1920 – Colonial Treasurer – Colonial Secretary – Thos De La Rue
BANK NOTE FRONT:
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We buy all of these 1920 two shillings sixpence bank notes from Grenada. 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 Grenada bank notes can be worth.