Guernsey releases Diamond Jubilee £20 notes

Guernsey Diamond Jubilee £20 notes The notes will be used as currency alongside the current Guernsey £20 note

A limited number of special Diamond Jubilee Guernsey £20 notes are being released, the Treasury and Resources Department has announced.

The notes include the prefix QE60, a commemorative laurel wreath and additional wording.

A total of 150,000 of the notes have been issued and will circulate alongside the current £20 note.

However, the department is allowing collectors the chance to obtain a mint condition note.

Anyone interested can email to get in touch with the Guernsey Philatelic Bureau at Envoy House.

The notes have been designed and produced by De La Rue Currency, a company started by Guernseyman Thomas De La Rue in the 19th Century.

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