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Gold Leaf Lavery Framed £1 Note

Framed Limited Edition

Gold leaf original Lady Lavery £1 produced with permission of the Irish Central Bank, this piece makes a beautiful addition to any wall. Beautifully presented and framed.

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Framed Gold Leaf 'A Series'  Lavery £1 note

This spectacular limited edition gold leaf framed Lady Lavery note was produced with permission of the Central Bank of Ireland.

The 'Lavery' £1 note had, like all the banknotes at the time, the portrait of Hazel Lady Lavery. Lady Lavery was the wife of a famous banker and politician and was reputed also to be a secret lover of Michael Collins. Lady Lavery was a renowned beauty of her time.


12" inches x 10" inches

Attractive mahogany style frame with gold trim

Colour: Brown

Size: 92 x 165 mm

Security feature: Main Watermark (Head of Erin)
Metal Security Thread introduced January 1971

Date on first notes: 10/9/28

Date on last notes: 5/9/75

More Information

The notes were designed by 'Mr John Harrison', a portrait engraver. All 'Lavery' notes depected a river mask on the reverse of the note. The 'River God Masks' were copies of the masks adorning the Customs House in Dublin.

The one pound 'River Mask' is one of the Customs House in Dublin. All 'Lavery' notes were bi-lingual, English to the left and Irish (Gaelic) to the right. There were 670,700,000 of these notes issued, most were exchanged for the 'Queen Medbn' £1 note, part of the 'B' Note Series which replaced the 'Lavery' notes in 1977. Most of the remaining £1 'Lavery' notes were exchanged during the Euro changeover in 2001. This is an original note in circulated condition.

** This production of a Genuine 'Lady Lavery' 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.