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Ulster Bank, Series B, 1852–1919
Nine Types by design variation known


Type H. Ulster Bank banknotes, 1907–1918. Style of bank title and of 'BELFAST' 'DUBLIN' on bottom changed to script
Denomination in central panel changed to solid ink in place of outline, creating better contrast
Colour on £5 notes changed to green, colour on £10 notes changed to red
Denomination on left and right of central vignette on £5 notes changed from upper case letters to numerals


Ulster Bank One Pound 1 Oct 1907
Ulster Bank One Pound 1 Oct 1907


Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Jan 1914
Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Jan 1914
No extra branches


Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Jan 1914 Extra branch CLOGHER
Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Jan 1914
Extra branch CLOGHER added on bottom left


Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Sept 1914
Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Sept 1914
Extra branch CLOGHER on bottom left


Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1914
Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1 Sept 1914
Extra branch CLOGHER on bottom left, and extra extra branch BALLYNAHINCH added by hand stamp

Ulster bank £1 1914 extra branches added


Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1919
Ulster Bank Ltd One Pound 1919
CLOGHER and BALLYNAHINCH branches have been integrated into the main branch list


Ulster Bank Ltd 5 Pounds 1907
Ulster Bank Ltd 5 Pounds 1907


Ulster Bank 5 Pounds 1908
Ulster Bank 5 Pounds 1908
Five extra branched added on bottom border


Ulster Bank Ten Pounds 1908
Ulster Bank Ten Pounds 1908


Ulster Bank 10 Pounds 1917
Ulster Bank 10 Pounds 1917
Five extra branches added on bottom border,
and BALLINAHINCH added as an extra extra branch with a hand stamp

Ulster Bank 10 Pounds 1917 extra branches added on bottom border


Ulster Bank 20 Pounds 1910
Ulster Bank 20 Pounds 1910


Ulster Bank Twenty Pounds, dated 1 Sept 1914
Ulster Bank Twenty Pounds, dated 1 Sept 1914
CLOGHER added as an extra branch



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