Merlyn Lowther Historical £5 Fry B393 Unc

Merlyn Lowther £5 Blue Historical B393 Queen Eliz II/Elizabeth Fry Unc
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SKU: BEB8225
£17.50

Merlyn Lowther will go down in history as the first woman to serve as Chief Cashier at the Bank of England. She served between 1999 and 2003 Several different issues appeared with Lowther’s signature including this Elizabeth Fry £5 (B395) note from the end of her period of office, which we are delighted to offer here.

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