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Already 50% sold - the DateStamp™ Jane Austen £10 Banknote issue

Just 5,000 new UK Polymer £10 Notes have been reserved for a Limited Edition DateStamp™issue.

The new £10 note will feature one of the world's best-loved authors, Jane Austen. 

Your Polymer £10 Banknote is guaranteed to be in perfect mint condition and is protectively encapsulated alongside a 1st Class Stamp officially postmarked by Royal Mail with the 14 September date – the first day of issue of the new Polymer £10 Note.

Limited to just 5,000 Collectors

First issues are always valued by collectors and by owning the Limited Edition DateStamp™ release you will be one of just 5,000 collectors able to forever mark the date the new £10 polymer banknote entered circulation.

Each DateStamp™ issue has its own unique serial number, which you can personally register online to obtain your Official DateStamp™ Registration Certificate.

50% have already been reserved by collectors, so don't delay. Reserve your First Day of Issue Limited Edition DateStamp™ release Polymer £10 Banknote now by clicking “Add to basket” below.

N.B. Please note the word “SPECIMEN” is shown to comply with Bank of England rules for picturing banknotes and will not be on the banknote you receive.

Order Ref 185/924E/0

Specifications

  • Year of issue: 2017
  • Country of issue: United Kingdom
  • Denomination: £10
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 69mm
  • Postmarking date: 14 September 2017
  • Maximum Authorised Release Quantity: 5000
  • DateStamp (TM) is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.