|Price range:||$0 - $0|
|Averse||denomination, image of one-shilling coin|
|Size||115 x 75 mm|
|Watermark||stripe with wavy lines|
|Printer||Bank of England|
In 1918 the board could not meet the demand for silver coin based on the rapid turn around in the economy after the first world war. The Bank of England authorized the printing of 21 million salmon one shilling replacement notes as an alternative.