10s note, Llanidloes Bank

Montgomeryshire (in the modern county of Powys), Wales, AD 1813

This note is adorned with the Prince of Wales feathers, a popular Welsh symbol. The emblem of three ostrich feathers in a crown with the motto 'Ich dien' (I serve) was originally used by Edward, the 'Black Prince' (1330-76), who was created Prince of Wales in 1343, and it has been the badge of every subsequent Prince of Wales.

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10s note, Llanidloes Bank

  • Llanidloes Bank, 10 shilling note: detail of vignette

    Llanidloes Bank, 10 shilling note: detail of vignette

 

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Dimensions

Height: 92.000 mm
Width: 189.000 mm

Museum number

CM CIB 7209

CIB10321

Chartered Institute of Bankers Collection

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