Why has the £100 note been issued?
The £100 note has been issued to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen. Jersey has always been proud of its relationship with the Crown and is celebrating the Diamond Jubilee in a variety of ways. The £100 note form part of a series of commemorative events for the Island, including a presentation to the National Portrait Gallery of the Jersey Heritage commissioned holographic portrait of The Queen, ‘Equanimity’.
How do I buy an unused note?
You can buy the notes individually, at face value, or within a presentation Diamond Jubilee wallet priced at £105 plus postage and packaging:
- by emailing the Treasury Cashiers at Cyril Le Marquand House
- over the counter from the Treasury Cashiers at Cyril Le Marquand House
Email Treasury Cashiers
Postal orders can only be sent to the UK, Channel Islands or the Isle of Man and the maximum amount available to order by post is £2,500. All orders will be delivered through The Royal Mail Special Delivery Courier Service.
Can I reserve a particular note?
Yes, contact our Treasury Cashiers. We are unable to guarantee that the note you have requested will be made available to you, but will make every effort to accommodate your request which will be handled on a first come first served basis.
We are unable to courier currency notes to destinations outside the United Kingdom (UK). For UK orders there will be an additional postal charge.
Email Treasury cashiers
Will I be able to use it to pay for things?
Yes – the £100 note will be legal tender in Jersey. If you wish to obtain £100 notes for use, they are available from local banks. To exchange £100 notes for other lower denomination notes you can either take the £100 notes to the bank or bring them in to our Treasury Cashiers at Cyril Le Marquand House.