Jersey Liberation £1 1995 Liberation P25 Unc

In 1995, Jersey celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the liberation of the island after the Second World War. The Channel Islands were the only part of Britain to be occupied by German forces during the war. The front follows the usual design with a facing portrait of Elizabeth II with an overprint to the left marking the 50th Anniversary and a special prefix LJ (Liberation of Jersey) The back depicts a Wartime Jersey £1 note and a view of the Liberation Monument (P25). Uncirculated.
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SKU: BRB8698
£11.50

Jersey £1 1995 P Green and yellow Facing portrait of Queen Eliz II at r and Ovpt at l marking 50 years of Liberation after WW2/Liberation monument Unc

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