The £5 'Ploughman' bank note issued 1928-1941. This is an excellent reproduction framed picture of hte £5 Ploughman. Original notes are valued between €5000 and €10000 euro.
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The Ploughman Consolidated £5 Banknote
This is a beautifully presented framed reproduction piece, an original £5 note was used for the reproduction.
Attractive mahogany style frame with gold trim
Dimensions: 12" inches x 10" inches (30cm x 25.5cm)
The Ploughman £5 note a brief history
This banknote featured the 'Ploughman' design. This design was based on a drawing by Mr Desmond Brien, who was a member of the first 'Currency Commission' Committee.
These notes were issued by the eight different banks in Ireland at the time. The only variations on the face of the notes was the various bank names, denoting which bank had issued the note.
The reverse of the £5 Ploughman note featured an image of 'Saint Patrick's Bridge', Cork