Making Money: Banknotes and the Bank of England Museum

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Bank of England Museum opened a newly refurbished Banknote Gallery in September, to celebrate the launch of the Bank’s first polymer banknote, the Winston Churchill £5 note.

Find out more about the history of the Bank of England and the production of its banknotes, from Curator Jennifer Adam. 

Includes wine reception.

Refunds will only be given if places are cancelled more than 48hours prior to an event (minus the booking fee) or if an event is cancelled by GHL.

Cost: £5.9


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18:00 18:00 Europe/London Making Money: Banknotes and the Bank of England Museum Find out more about the history of the Bank of England and the production of its banknotes, from Curator Jennifer Adam. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/03/21/making-money-banknotes-and-the-bank-of-england-museum-123926 City of London Police Museum,Guildhall Library Entrance, Aldermanbury, London,,London

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City of London Police Museum,

Guildhall Library Entrance, Aldermanbury, London, London, EC2V 7HH

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