J B Page Pictorial £5 B336 EF

J B Page £5 Pictorial B336 Queen Eliz/ Duke of Wellington EF
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SKU: BEB5693
£20.50

When J B Page was Chief Cashier at the Bank of England during the 1970s three different varieties of the Pictorial £5 featuring a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in State Robes on the front and the Duke of Wellington on the back. The last of these varieties with Page’s signature has the catalogue reference B336. We can offer the last variety of the Page Pictorial £5 in Crisp EF and Uncirculated.

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