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Currency of Ireland - £100 Pounds banknote of 1996, Central Bank of Ireland.Banknotes of the Republic of Ireland, Irish banknotes, Irish paper money, Irish bank notes, Irish paper money, Ireland banknotes, Ireland paper money, Ireland bank notes.
Obverse: Portrait of Charles Stewart Parnell an Irish Anglican landowner, nationalist political leader, land reform agitator, and the founder and leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party; the background depicts a view of his residence Avondale House of Rathdrum, County Wicklow.
Reverse: Part of the Parnell Monument, O'Connell Street, Dublin. The signature of Parnell is the one which he used in response to the Home Rule Bill.
The dominant colours of the banknote are red and green. Its dimensions are 152.0 × 80.0 millimetres. The one hundred pound note was issued in September 1996 and last in 2000.
Irish paper money - Series C Banknotes
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The Series C Banknotes of Ireland were the final series of notes created for the state before the advent of the euro; it replaced Series B Banknotes. The series gradually entered circulation from 1992 and remained in circulation until 2002.