Jersey Released Special Stamp on Finance Industry

\"\"Jersey Post has released a new set of stamps celebrating the 50th anniversary of the island\’s finance industry.The stamps have been printed on special paper and embossed so they look like banknotes.The liard, a copper monetary unit used in the eighteenth century, features on the stamps along with the Jersey crest.The 1960 \”fourth of a shilling\” coin featured on the stamp sheet was from the last Jersey coins minted before 1961.The Jersey Lily represents growth whilst the crest of the States of Jersey symbolises authority.

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