J Q Hollom Portrait £1 B290 Replacement AUnc

Crisp AUncirculated examples of the Hollom Replacement Portrait £1 with the catalogue reference B290. All replacement notes are scarce because they were issued in much smaller numbers. Their purpose was, as their name implies, to replace notes damaged in production. They were given a special prefix to identify them. In the case of the Portrait series, this included the letter M. Our Hollom Replacement Portrait £1 notes have the prefix –M. They are AUncirculated. Limited availability
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SKU: BEB3915
£40.00

J Q Hollom £1 Green Portrait B290 -M prefix Replacement AU/Unc and scarce

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