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C Series Banknotes
Four Types, by signature
Modern Ireland C Series Legal Tender Notes
The theme of C Series Legal Tender Notes is centred on the formation of modern Ireland in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The notes were designed by the Irish artist Robert Ballagh, and the first of them, the £20 note, made its appearance in 1992.
The banknotes continued in circulation until Ireland joined the Eurozone in 2002, whereupon they were replaced by Euro notes.
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Central Bank of Ireland Series C Specimen notes
View by Type - Four Types of Legal Tender Notes by signature and design variation.
View by Denomination - An example of each denomination for every Type.
View by Date - An image of every date of each denomination.
Central Bank of Ireland C Series banknotes: Dimensions in millimetres
Note: the dimensions tended to vary by a millimetre or so, depending on the cut.
£5 Note, 120 x 64 mm;
£10 Note, 128 x 68 mm; £20 Note, 136 x 72 mm;
£50 Note, 144 x 76 mm; £100 Note, 114 x 203 mm.
Central Bank Documentary: Robert Ballagh Designing the C Series Banknotes.
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