Old Fifty Pound Note (£50)  

This Old Houblon Fifty Pound Note is not in circulation

Current circulation   Five Pound Note,    Ten Pound Note,    Twenty Pound Note    and  Fifty Pound Note   can be found here

A withdrawn    Old One Pound Note,    Old Five Pound Note,    Old Ten Pound Note    Old Twenty Pound Note   and   Old Fifty Pound Note   can be found here.


£50 - Fifty Pound Note

This old £50 note is signed by Merlyn Lowther who was the Chief Cashier for the bank of England from 1999 to 2003

This style of Fifty Pound Note was issued on the 20 April 1994 and was wihdrawn from being legal tender on the 30 April 2014



£50 - Fifty Pound Note Rear

The rear of this Old Fifty Pound Note shows the face of John Houblon and the words 'John Houblon 1632 - 1712' and

'THE BANK GATEKEEPER SIR JOHN HOUBLON'S HOUSE IN THREADNEEDLE STREET'

There is an image depicting the front of a building and a man wearing a hat while holding a staff

Current circulation   Five Pound Note,    Ten Pound Note,    Twenty Pound Note    and  Fifty Pound Note   can be found here

A withdrawn     One Pound Note,     Five Pound Note,     Ten Pound Note    and  Twenty Pound Note    and   Fifty Pound Note   can be found here