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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Government of the British Solomon Islands

The first currency produced specifically for the British Solomon Islands was authorized by the British Solomon Islands Currency Regulation of 1916. The Western Pacific High Commission passed the King’s Regulation No. 10 of 1916 on 14 September 1916. Prior to this regulation, the Solomon Islands used Australian and Burns, Philip & Company banknotes.

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5 shillings
(B101a, P1)

 
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5 shillings
(B101b, P1)

 
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5 shillings
(B101c, P1)

 
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5 shillings
(B101cs, P1)

 
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10 shillings
(B102a, P2)

 
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10 shillings
(B102b, P2)

 
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10 shillings
(B102c, P2)

 
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10 shillings
(B102d, P2)

 
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10 shillings
(B102e, P2)

 
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10 shillings
(B102es, P2)

 
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1 pound
(B103a, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103b, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103c, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103d, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103e, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103cs, P3)

 
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1 pound
(B103es, P3)

 
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5 pounds
(B104a, P4)

 
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5 pounds
(B104as, P4)

 
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