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    irish money

    I have £90 worth of NORTHEN BANK Sterling can I still use it in the south or just the North ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I have £90 worth of NORTHEN BANK Sterling can I still use it in the south or just the North ?
    Just the North Steve. You could change it in Rosslare for Euro.
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    That's Norn Irish money. (So it is).
    Also given the very large robbery of the Northern Bank a few years ago, don't be surprised if the notes get inspected well when you do get around to changing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tengiz99 View Post
    That's Norn Irish money. (So it is).
    Also given the very large robbery of the Northern Bank a few years ago, don't be surprised if the notes get inspected well when you do get around to changing them.
    Shite it was from THIS WEEKENDS BULL DOG bash, guys at Micheldever tyres were given it in place of a rear on a Hog, I said I was off to Ireland so I gave them £90 English for it

    Why do I try and help folks out

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I have £90 worth of NORTHEN BANK Sterling can I still use it in the south or just the North ?
    why don't you ask your missus who goes there once a month for 'work'

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    Quote Originally Posted by judge View Post
    why don't you ask your missus who goes there once a month for 'work'
    She thinks it Monopoly money

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    She thinks it Monopoly money
    She's right...all sterling is monopoly money......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    She thinks it Monopoly money
    Quote Originally Posted by electric_monk View Post
    She's right...all sterling is monopoly money......
    Send it to me: My favourite local accepts Ulster Bank Sterling wedge.

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    Its fecking STIRLING numpty.
    Ring a bell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPR View Post
    Its fecking STIRLING numpty.
    Ring a bell?
    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPR View Post
    Its fecking STIRLING numpty.
    Ring a bell?
    I take it that the word STIRLING means its O.K in England

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I take it that the word STIRLING means its O.K in England
    I think Stirling is a town in Scotland.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I take it that the word STIRLING means its O.K in England
    Not just England ,but the entire United Kingdom,young man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I take it that the word STIRLING means its O.K in England
    It may say sterling on the notes but shops etc don't have to accept it. Not sure about the banks.

    I suggest changing it for euro on the boat

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    You can certainly pay it into your bank or building society.

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    Not legal tender in UK, same as Scotlandshire notes.
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