Secure the historic 10 Shilling Note DateStamp™

Secure the historic 10 Shilling Note DateStamp™

On 13th October 1969, the 10 shilling banknote was last issued to make way for the 50p coin as part of the UK’s switch to decimalisation.

And now to commemorate this historic anniversary, and the very beginning of the 50p’s story, a limited number of collectors have the chance to own one of the last issued 10 Shilling Banknotes presented in a very special DateStamp™ folder.

Strict edition limit guaranteed — Only 2,019 EVER produced

Just 2,019 will be officially postmarked by the Royal Mail with the 50th Anniversary date — 13th October 2019. The special one-day-only postmark means that this strict edition limit is guaranteed, no more will EVER be released.  

These notes are original historic artefacts in themselves and are difficult to track down. Now you have the chance to own one of these highly sought-after banknotes as an extremely limited DateStamp™.

Sell-out likely — Act today to reserve yours

The ten shilling note is well-loved and remembered among collectors and with the anniversary this year, stock is sure to be in high demand. This, together with the strong popularity of DateStamp™ issues with collectors, means that a sell-out is highly likely.

You’ll need to act fast to secure yours before they sell-out — remember this could be your only chance as we won’t EVER be able to issue any more.

Click 'Add to basket" to secure yours now.

Order Ref 185/562X/9


  • Total Pack Size: 240mm x 175mm
  • Height: 67mm
  • Width: 141mm
  • Quality: Circulated
  • Signature: Various
  • Postmarking Date: 13.09.19
  • Edition Limit: 2019

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

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