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Convert your leftover current Danske Bank banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Northern Ireland.
In 2012, the former Northern Bank rebranded to Danske Bank, the name of its parent company based in Denmark. Pound Sterling banknotes issued by the Belfast-based Danske Bank are a valid means of payment in Northern Ireland. They are not legal tender in Denmark or in other parts of the United Kingdom. We exchange these modern Danske Bank banknotes free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn Northern Bank banknotes.
Do you have current Danske Bank banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Northern Irish Pounds. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
Northern Bank 5 Pounds banknote (Commemorative series 2000 Space Shuttle)The polymer plastic blue-colored Northern Irish banknote of five pounds sterling features the space shuttle. Printed on the £5 note is the text ‘Northern Bank’.You get: £4.600001 NIP = £0.9200000000
Northern Bank 10 Pounds banknote (series 2005)The banknote of ten pounds sterling shows John Boyd Dunlop, veterinary surgeon. Text on the green colored paper banknote reads ‘Northern Bank’. A bicycle is pictures in the bottom left corner. This is because Dunlop developed pneumatic tyres for use in cycle racing.You get: £9.200001 NIP = £0.9200000000
Northern Bank 20 Pounds banknote (series 2005-2006)The bill of twenty pounds sterling depicts Henry George Harry Ferguson, Northern Irish engineer. The paper banknote contains the words ‘Northern Bank’.You get: £18.400001 NIP = £0.9200000000
Northern Bank 50 Pounds banknote (series 2005)The banknote of fifty pounds sterling depicts Sir Samuel Davidson, Northern Irish industrialist and inventor. The paper banknote contains the words ‘Northern Bank’. Sir Davidson was an inventor and industrialist. The machinery pictured on the note was invented by him. Sir Samuel Davidson was also the founder of Belfast’s Sirocco Works and Sirocco engineering, which … ContinuedYou get: £46.000001 NIP = £0.9200000000
Northern Bank 100 Pounds banknote (series 2005)The banknote of one hundred pounds sterling features Sir James Martin, Northern Irish engineer. On the paper note a caption reads ‘Northern Bank’.You get: £92.000001 NIP = £0.9200000000