Value of 1904 & 1918 Five Shillings Bank Note from Jamaica
1904/1918 George V Five Shillings Jamaica Bank Note
Description: We don’t have a picture of the five shillings bank note. However, we can tell you that the front is red and green with a brown underprint. The back is brown and shows a sailing ship. It has the standard portrait of George V. Most of these sell for at least a few hundred dollars. High grade notes are worth considerably more money.
Varieties: These bank notes were issued with either one serial number or two serial numbers. Each variety is worth the same amount of money.
Portrait: George V
Text: Jamaica – Five Shillings Currency Notes are Legal Tender for the payment of any amount – Five Shillings – Issued Under The Authority of Law 27 1904 & Law 17 of 1918 – Island Treasurer – Thos De La Rue London
BANK NOTE FRONT:
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We buy all of these 1918 five shilling bank notes from Jamaica. 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 pleasantly surprised at how much money some high grade Jamaican bank notes can be worth.