Pound Type Set VG-Fine

It's now been over 30 years since the last £1 note was issued. Four £1 note designs have been gathered into this collection. They were issued in the period before and after World War II. You get the Blue Pink Pound, which was printed during World War II. You get the first Portrait note of Queen Elizabeth II and the last, smaller sized portrait note of Queen Elizabeth II. The collection is available here in VG/F.
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SKU: BEB8990
£28.50
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