How much is an old pound note worth?


An old one Pound note would be valued at around ‚¤5. However, its value is bound to change depending with the supply of the notes since they have not been in circulation. You also find the current value of the notes at online stores like eBay.
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The old English pound note will still be worth £1 because the initial face value of GBP1 would still be honoured by the Bank of England.
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