Framed original Irish Central Bank 'C Series' ?0 note depicting Daniel O'Connell, this piece makes a beautiful addition to any wall. Accompanying description box.
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Framed 'C' Series' ?0 note
The C Series featured major Irish historical figures and the ?0 note featured Daniel O'Connell. More details below.
12" inches x 10" inches
Attractive mahogany style frame with gold trim
Size: 136 x 72 mm
Security feature: Watermark (Femal Figure)
Metal Security Thread
Date on first notes: November 1992
Date on last notes: 2000
The portrait on the note features Daniel O'Connell, 'The Liberator', (1775-1847), who achieved Catholic Emancipation and was the leading Irish Nationalist figure from 1810 until his death. The reverse of the note features a drawing of the Four Courts Building in Dublin.
The overall theme from the C Series note is based on Irish historical figures. There were 365,000,000 of these notes issued, most of these were cashed in during the Euro changeover in 2001. This is an original note in circulated condition.
** This production of a Genuine C Series Banknote has been supplied by 'Irish Collectables' with the full knowledge of the 'Central Bank & Financial Services Authority of Ireland'. The copied image of the reverse of the note in the information box is replicated with the kind permission of the C.B.F.S.A.I. The C.B.F.S.A.I reserve all rights.