Sterling Note

Sterling Note

A bank note issued by the Bank of England. Sterling notes are denominated in British pounds.
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It is similar in shape and size to a pounds 5 sterling note and replaces the image of the Queen with one showing William.
Two examples of relatively new issues in the fund of hedge funds arena are AcenciA Debt Strategies and GAM Diversity Fund of Hedge Funds Tracker ( Sterling Note, both of which trade on the London Stock Exchange.
Three EUR50 and one pounds 20 sterling note were used.
WHO better to comment on the question of punter protection than one who needs no protection, other than from the agony of deciding every now and again whether the sterling note to invest on the Tote Placepot should picture George Stephenson or Charles Dickens?
Offers can only be submitted in a minimum principal amount of 50,000 in respect of the UC T1 Notes and the UC Lux T1 Euro Notes or 50,000 in respect of the UC Lux T1 Sterling Notes or 100,000 in respect of the Tier 2 Notes (in respect of each series of Securities and, in each case, integral multiples of 1,000 or 1,000 (as the case may be) thereafter.
He was found with both euro and sterling notes on him and gardai believe his clothes may have been purchased in North America because of the "Athletech" branding.
Yes, I know it is all very traditional, and it is not just us Scots that have these dumb old traditions; local sterling notes are also printed in Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, Gibraltar and so on.
It was too much not to pull the classic Michael McIntyre line 'listen here pal, this is legal tender', but he was not budging and I had no other choice but to leave, sterling notes intact.
The radical overhaul could see the more durable, waterproof and harder-to-counterfeit polymer sterling notes come into circulation within 3 years, the Daily Mail reported.
Now branches of Travelex are charging commission to swap over the sterling notes.
Sterling notes celebrate the achievements of great Britons like Charles Darwin and Adam Smith.
He told his trial he returned from the Gulf with pounds 50,000 in sterling notes, some Iraqi currency and EUR200,000, which he stashed in a safe in Hereford, before hiding the sum in a plant pot outside his home in Ballykelly, Northern Ireland, where he was posted in June 2004 after leaving the SAS.