HM Treasury Ten Shillings banknote - St George and dragon

HM Treasury Ten Shillings banknote (St George and dragon)

The HM Treasury issued British Pound banknotes in 2 different denominations, including this HM Treasury Ten Shillings banknote (St George and dragon). They are part of the withdrawn HM treasury banknotes series. The HM Treasury started issuing these 0.5 British Pound banknotes in 1918. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1933.

The Brittish bill of ten shillings, half a pound, depicts Britannia and King George V. Printed on the banknote is the text ‘United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland’.

Do you have a HM Treasury Ten Shillings banknote (St George and dragon)? Here's how to exchange it for cash:

  • Indicate how many 0.5 British Pound banknotes you want to exchange
  • Click on the 'Add to Wallet' button
  • The exchange value has been added to your online wallet.

Repeat these steps for any other notes and coins you want to exchange. Complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies. To exchange your HM Treasury Ten Shillings banknote (St George and dragon) for cash: add it to your wallet now!

1 GBP = £0.92000

You get: £0.46

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