Ireland 30 Shillings (1812 Bank of Ireland)
The Ireland 30 Shillings (1812 Bank of Ireland) was the currency of the Republic of Ireland until 2002. Its ISO 4217 code was IEP. The Irish pound was superseded by the euro on 1 January 1999. When the Irish pound legally became a subdivision of the euro; actual euro currency did not begin circulation until the beginning of 2002.
Although the euro became the currency of the Eurozone countries including Ireland on 1 January 1999, it wasn’t until the agreed date of 1 January 2002 that the state began to withdraw Irish pound coins and notes, replacing them with euro specie.
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The 30 Irish Shillings note front to design depicts Hibernia, National Personifications of Ireland.
Irish pound coins and notes ceased to be legal tender on 9 February 2002, although they will be exchangeable indefinitely for euro at the Central Bank.
The banknote, its color is brown.
Text: Dublin, Promise to pay in Dublin the Power on demand the Sum of ONE POUND, TEN SHILLINGS Sterling in Bank of Ireland Notes,THIRTY SHILLINGS, For the Hon. Charter French Hon] C. Taaffe, Mich. Morriall Keary Zthe Hon Thomas Brench.
The reason why of the Ireland Pound
The Central Bank of Ireland started issuing these 1 Irish Pound banknotes in 1838. The banknote of 1 Pound depicts Hibernia, National Personifications of Ireland and portrait of Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.