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Withdrawn bills wholesale prices negotiated

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England old poundEngland old poundGBP4.75504.9600

Currencies withdrawn from circulation Wholesale price

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England old poundEngland old poundGBP4.59004.9700
Banknoty
banknot 50 GBS awers seria/rok : 2011

Obverse of the withdrawn £50 coins from 2011
The most common withdrawn banknote in our country is the paper 50 pound note issued in 2011 and ceased to be legal tender in 2022. The obverse shows Queen Elizabeth, who died in the same year, all in dark red.

banknot 50 GBS rewers seria/rok : 2011

Reverse of the withdrawn £50 coins from 2011
The painting shows the outstanding engineer James Watt and his business partner in the steam engine, Matthew Boulton. It is thanks to these two gentlemen that technological progress has occurred on the Isles. Please see if you have this banknote as it is the most frequently purchased one in our currency exchange offices.

banknot 50 GBS awers seria/rok : 1994

Obverse of the withdrawn £50 note from 1994
The first side of the banknote, which was withdrawn from circulation in 2014, is distinguished by a characteristic print in two main colors: brown and black and red and purple, the next element is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and an image of Britain.

banknot 50 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1994

The reverse of the 1994 £50 note
The reverse of the banknote presents eminent figures and a historical place, on the left you can see the bank guard symbolizing financial security, and on the right depicting Sir John Houblon - the first governor of the Bank of England, and on the side of his house.

banknot 50 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1981
banknot 50 GBS awers seria/rok : 1981
banknot 20 GBS awers seria/rok : 2007

Obverse of the withdrawn £20 from 2007
Important! A popular banknote that we purchase at our exchange office is the twenty-pound paper banknote introduced into circulation in 2007, but it was withdrawn from circulation on September 30, 2022. The obverse motif of this banknote, like the previous ones, is Queen Elizabeth II. I invite you to visit our Kameleon currency exchange office in Wrocław, located in the city center, where we always offer the best prices. Check out our purchase offer and see that you can always count on attractive conditions with us.

banknot 20 GBS rewers seria/rok : 2007

The reverse of the withdrawn £20 note from 2007
The reverse of the twenty-pound note withdrawn from circulation in 2007 is decorated with the image of Adam Smith - an outstanding economist, philosopher and writer. His figure is a tribute to the intellectual heritage that contributed to shaping economic theories. We are interested in purchasing any quantity of this banknote and we offer the best prices.

banknot 20 GBS awers seria/rok : 1999

Obverse of the 1999 £20 note
Withdrawn from circulation in 2010 - continues the theme of earlier editions by presenting icons of British heritage on the front. Queen Elizabeth II, personifying stability and tradition, takes pride of place on the right while the majestic figure of Britain is on the left, the main colors of this series are black, turquoise and purple and purple.

banknot 20 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1999

The reverse of the 1999 £20 note
The reverse features a portrait of the eminent British composer Sir. Edward William Elgar paying tribute to his musical heritage Worcester Cathedral on the left adds atmospheric beauty and historical significance to the scene. In the lower left corner there is the figure of Saint. Cecilia, patroness of music, and an angel floating above.

banknot 20 GBS awers seria/rok : 1993

Obverse of the 1993 £20 note
The front side of the banknote, which was withdrawn from circulation in 2001, is a unique image whose modifications compared to the previous version introduced subtle but effective changes. In the upper left corner we will notice the £20 denomination symbol in deep purple, giving it a new and elegant expression, and an additional black denomination symbol has been introduced, which makes the identification of the denomination even more precise.

banknot 20 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1993

Reverse of the withdrawn £20 coins from 1993
In this innovative edition of the banknote, you can notice surprising changes in colors compared to the previous version, the obverse of the banknote shows a portrait of Michael Faraday in the right part, while in the left part you can see the scientist during a fascinating lecture with students and during an experiment where a device with a magnetoelectric spark arouses curiosity.< /p>

banknot 20 GBS awers seria/rok : 1991

Obverse face value of 20 pounds from 1991
This version was withdrawn from circulation in 2001. The dominant color is purple, on the obverse there is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the right side with a crown placed in the upper right corner, emphasizing her royal status, and on the left side there is a symbolic motif of Britain representing the national heritage.

banknot 20 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1991

Reverse of the £20 denomination from 1991.
The reverse presents the outstanding English physicist and self-taught chemist Michael Faraday, you can also see a scene from a lecture with students. Additionally, in the lower left part of the banknote there is a device with a magnetoelectric spark, which is a symbolic representation of his groundbreaking research.

banknot 20 GBS awers seria/rok : 1970
banknot 20 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1970
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 2000

Obverse of the withdrawn £10 note from 2000
The first side of the banknote looks unique with the dominant colors of brown and orange, giving the banknote both elegance and expressiveness, the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II also proudly presents itself, and a special diamond symbol was placed with the visually impaired in mind, which emphasizes the concern for accessibility for all social groups. p>

banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 2000

Reverse of the withdrawn £10 coins from 2000
The portrait shows the English creator of the theory of evolution, the outstanding naturalist Charles Darwin, on the right part of the back page, the next element is a hummingbird hovering over flowers and a magnifying glass emphasizing Darwins scientific legacy.

banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1993

Obverse of the 1993 £10 note
On the obverse of the banknote, in the left part, there is a majestic figure of a seated Britain, the watermark on the banknote is the image of Queen Elizabeth II, adding elegance and prestige. Polychrome prints dominate in shades of purple, brown, orange and yellow, while the series and numbering of the banknote are precisely made in blue and red.

banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1993

The reverse of the 1993 £10 note
The reverse of this unique banknote is decorated with a portrait of Charles Dickens himself, located next to the cricket match scene in the left part, and additionally, symbols of the value of £10 are located both in the upper left and upper right corner of the banknote - an extraordinary combination of cultural art and financial value.

banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1992

Obverse of the withdrawn 1992 £10 coins
Another withdrawn banknote, this time from 2003, in red and brown colors, presents a distinctive motif on the obverse, characterized by a subtle change in the appearance of Britain.

banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1992

The reverse of the withdrawn £10 banknote, issued in 1992
A portrait of the unforgettable novelist Charles Dickens pays homage to his literary heritage, a cricket match is depicted at the top and the words BANK OF ENGLAND are clearly placed

banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1975
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1975
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1964
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1964
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1961
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1961
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1948
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1948
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1940
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1940
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1918
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1918
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1914
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1914
banknot 10 GBS awers seria/rok : 1914
banknot 10 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1914
banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 2002

Obverse of the 2002 £5 note
Another banknote that sometimes appears in purchases is the 5-pound note issued in 2002 and withdrawn in 2017. It will not be a surprise who is in the portrait, i.e. the Queen Mother and the hologram.

banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 2002

The reverse of the 2002 £5 note
The reverse shows a portrait of Elizabeth Fry, a social activist fighting to improve womens lives and the founder of an institute for nurses.

banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1993

Obverse of the withdrawn 1993 £5 coins
A less common banknote, on its obverse there is a middle-aged monarch, Elizabeth, with a crown on her head. This motif is repeated on most banknotes along with the image of Britain, the colors interspersed with blue and green.

banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1993

The reverse of the 1993 £5 note
Who constructed the steam locomotive? On the back of this withdrawn banknote you can see a portrait of George Stephenson and a drawing of a locomotive.

banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1990

Obverse of the withdrawn £5 coins from 1991.
The series E banknote withdrawn in 2003 features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the right side with a crown emphasizing her royal dignity, while on the left side of the banknote there is a seated figure of Britain, which adds character and symbolizes national pride.

banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1990
banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1971
banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1971
banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1963
banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1963
banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1957
banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1957
banknot 5 GBS awers seria/rok : 1945
banknot 5 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1945
banknot 2 GBS awers seria/rok : 1792
banknot 2 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1792
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1981
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1981
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1978
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1978
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1960
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1960
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1948
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1948
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1940
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1940
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1928
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1928
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1917
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1917
banknot 1 GBS awers seria/rok : 1914
banknot 1 GBS rewers seria/rok : 1914
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