When did Britain’s biggest bank make the first dollar picture?
Today, the first image you see of a British banknote is a picture of a man wearing a crown and holding a £100 note.
And for a banknote that has become so iconic, that picture is worth more than £2 million.
So what is the history behind that photograph?
It is the first picture to be created by British banks and it was created in 1882.
It is a special picture of George Bernard Shaw, the artist who had a huge influence on the British art of the era.
Shaw was a student of Louis-Michel Basquiat, one of the great artists of the 19th century, and he had a special fascination with money.
Shaw wanted to use the currency he created to buy art.
He created a portrait of himself, a portrait that would appear on the back of banknotes and which would be used as a reference for banknotes for years to come.
He made the portrait of George.
George Bernard has been called the most important artist of the 20th century.
He used to take a week’s worth of paper, the Bank Note Book, and add it to a desk drawer and use the drawing to write notes.
In fact, this is the same desk drawer where the portrait is found today.
Shaw took that drawing and made the first banknote.
The first banknotes were made by the Royal Bank of Scotland in 1875.
It was the bank that the Royal Mint was based out of, so it had a long tradition.
The Royal Bank, which is now the British government, made the money for many other banks including the Royal Mail.
The Bank of England was created by the Bank of Spain, and the first British currency was the British Pound Sterling.
Shaw created the first photograph of the Bank note and then he drew a portrait.
This is the portrait he used to create the Banknote.
When George Bernard first started to create his portrait, the idea was to make the Bank notes unique, to make it something that people would remember.
So in the mid-19th century when Shaw was drawing his portrait for the Bank, he started to think about how people would look at it.
So he thought about a few things, including the portrait that he would be making, how people in the street would look and what they would think.
The portrait would have to be unique.
Shaw said he had one idea for the portrait.
The portraits of artists had to be very clear.
So Shaw thought about making the portrait look like the person he was drawing the portrait for, so that when he would take the banknote, he would look like a person who looked like him.
So, Shaw drew a sketch of himself that was very clear, very professional, very detailed, and very good at making his drawing look good.
The image he drew was very important to him.
When Shaw had the Bank Notes made, he was not sure how many people would buy them, so he asked himself what would happen if people were to buy a lot of them.
And he was right.
He sold 10,000 of them and he thought the price would be around $100.
So when he drew the portrait, he thought, “I’m going to make this banknote a little more special.”
He did make a portrait, so Shaw’s portrait is a symbol of what he had done.
So if you look at the portrait today, you see the image of George that was in the Bank’s Bank Note book, and that image is still in the banknotes that we use today.
The photograph of Shaw was taken on March 25, 1882, and was made to commemorate the centenary of the founding of the British Bank.
Shaw had a lot on his mind, and it is a very special portrait.
And it is not just that Shaw had to create an image that would be recognisable, it is that he had to take this portrait and then make a very detailed drawing of it.
And this drawing is very important because it tells the story of how Shaw wanted this portrait to look.
He drew a very accurate drawing of himself.
The picture of Shaw that was used in the Royal note was very detailed.
It looked very realistic.
It had a very good detail.
Shaw drew the image in the style of a portrait and Shaw wanted the portrait to be as good as possible.
He said he wanted to make sure that the portrait would be the most beautiful image that people could see.
He wanted to bring out the essence of the person that he was making the Banker.
Shaw says he had the portrait taken with his own eyes.
The artist said, “You must be a pretty woman.
You must be pretty.
You should be the very best looking woman you can possibly be.”
Shaw said, I want you to have a beautiful face and a good complexion.
He would give the artist a long, slender chin and a beautiful smile.
And Shaw would take a long line of his nose, and then with the other