Sterling bank notes being destroyed, Wellington, New Zealand
Mr E D Vallence of the Reserve Bank feeds the furnace with redundant sterling banknotes. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photographer on the 19th of July 1968
Sterling banknotes made redundant by the change to decimal currency. The value of the sterling bank notes seen here to be destroyed was $760.000.
Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin print, 20.4 x 19 cm
Finding Aids: Print in Turnbull Library Pictures Evening Post illustrations file at Economy-Currency-General (Cabinet no 6, drawer 2)..
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: 1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Silver gelatin print, 20.4 x 19 cmSee original record
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