Set of 7 Different British Military Notes

A wonderful collection of 7 Crisp Uncirculated notes, issued after World War Two by the British Government (1950-1979) to be used on military bases all around the world. This was to help preserve the value of the Pound after the war. The collection includes a £5, three different £1 notes plus 3 of the British Military decimal notes. You get the complete collection of 7 British Military notes in Crisp Uncirculated condition!
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SKU: BMB3850
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