De La Rue/Giori Europe Test Note Bieleomatik Cut Pak 50 GVF-EF

To be honest we're not sure why or even when these notes were printed. But we're guessing that they are Test Notes which were subsequently cut using the Cut Pak 50 machine. We could be wrong of course! All we know is that they are interesting. They were produced by De La Rue Giori S A Bielomatik and are printed on one side only with a vignette of a young woman. They all appear to have been run through a machine at some time which is why we believe they are a Test note of some kind...
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