Consent to reproduce a Bank of England banknote is required:
i) whether the front or the back of a banknote is reproduced;
ii) for reproductions of all banknotes issued by the Bank of England whether current legal tender or not; and
iii) for all possible reproductions, including modified or distorted reproductions.
The Bank of England will normally grant consent subject to fulfilment of the Conditions set out below.
Until you receive written consent, you are not entitled to reproduce any Bank of England banknote or any part of a Bank of England banknote. Where consent is granted, it will normally be granted for a period of 12 months. Renewals of consents are available by contacting the Note Reproductions Officer directly.
Use of the Bank of England's name in association with the reproductions is not permitted. The Bank of England is not liable for any consequences of granting permission to reproduce its banknotes.
The Bank of England reserves the right at any time after receiving an application to request further information in such form as the Bank of England may specify and to request artwork.
The Bank of England will use the information provided by you on the form below for the purpose of administering its policy regarding reproduction of banknotes.
The Bank of England reserves the right to amend or revoke these Guidelines at any time.