Northern Bank 50 Pounds banknote (series 2005)
The Danske Bank issued Northern Irish Pound banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this Northern Bank 50 Pounds banknote (series 2005). They are part of the current Danske Bank banknotes series. The Danske Bank started issuing
these 50 Northern Irish Pound banknotes in 2005. They are currently still in circulation.
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 was once one of the biggest engineering works in the world. Sir Davidson was a major Belfast employer who received his knighthood for services to engineering. At one point every coal mine in Wales was ventilated with fans he manufactured, as were the Royal Navy, American Navy and German Navy. (Source: Jonathan Bleakley)
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