Printer: Secura Singapore Pte Ltd
The set of three stamps were released to mark the centenary of a bank set up in 1877 by the British colonial government. The design plays off the bank's key-like symbol by framing its three recent milestones in a keyhole. The 10-cents stamps highlights the bank's traditional role as a savings bank of the people. The 35-cents stamps showcases its online banking terminals that were introduced in 1974 as part of a computerisation drive. Finally, the 75-cent stamp features its GIRO services that allowed its bank users to automatically have their bills deducted.