Bristol Pound Online Shop
Third edition (2018) available now!
Our beautiful paper money features designs by talented local artists, and is available to spend with our member businesses around Bristol or to keep as a unique souvenir.
If you'd like to spend your paper pounds, you can go to your nearest £B Cashpoint to exchange sterling for £B or you can order online direct from us. Delivery time is 3-5 working days, and there is a £5.00 fee to cover postage and admin charges. The notes you will receive will likely be in £B5 and £B10 denominations (with some £B1 notes because this is most practical for spending). Click the Buy Now button below to place an order!
If you'd like to buy mint, unissued souvenir notes with low serial numbers in denominations of your choice, please purchase souvenir notes using the shopping cart buttons below.
Please note: souvenir notes are not currently in circulation and cannot be spent.
Postage £1.77 (First Class Signed For service).
Postage £9.00 (International Tracked and Signed for service).
Third Edition (2018 print)Unused and unissued, posted to you with a certificate of authenticity.
Meet The Artists
Read our interviews with the artists here.
Second Edition (2015 print)Unused and unissued, posted to you with a certificate of authenticity.
Meet The Artists
A message to collectors
Bristol Pound CIC reserves the right to refuse currency orders which we have reason to believe are being placed with the intention of reselling currency as souvenirs.
Please note that the purpose of the Bristol Pound is to increase the circulation of money within our local economy, to address the inequality, barriers to social inclusion, and sustainability and environmental concerns associated with the increasing globalisation of our economy. We are a non-profit organisation, and we gain no income from the sale of current Bristol Pounds as currency. The money you pay for current Bristol Pounds has to go into a trust account to ensure every Bristol Pound in circulation is backed by sterling.
As such, whilst we cannot prevent your buying notes for resale to collectors, this does go against our purpose, and is in fact a drain on our resources (as we still have to administer your transactions) which impacts negatively on us and the work we are trying to do for local people in Bristol. We would therefore encourage you as a collector and trader either to restrict your purchases to souvenir sets (which, unlike current Bristol Pound currency do provide a small income to us).