Thanks to a recent bulk acquisition, Macquarie Mint is delighted to offer our loyal clients the chance to secure the sought after 1943 £10 Armitage/McFarlane banknote – in stunningly rare Consecutive Runs of Five, and at well below market rates!
With too much spending power to simply pop away for posterity, high denomination banknotes issued under the rule of King George VI are very scarce today. Naturally, they are hotly-contested acquisitions in the eyes of the predecimal banknote connoisseur. Therefore, when an opportunity emerges to secure Consecutive Runs of Five of the 1943 £10 Armitage/McFarlane – in stunning Uncirculated condition, no less – it is an opportunity simply too good to pass up!
A WWII-era souvenir bearing the portrait of wartime monarch King George VI, these notes are some of the finest examples we have seen: crisp, fresh and full-bodied. Best of all, thanks to our hoard acquisition, we can offer these rare Consecutive Runs of Five at a tremendously discounted rate.