Spain 1000 Pesetas 1925 P70c EF/ GEF

Spain 1000 Pesetas 1925 (P70c) Portrait Charles I, Holy Roman Emperor from 1519, King of Spain from 1516/Double headed eagle in Coat of Arms over door of Alcasar in Toledo.
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Bradbury Wilkinson was one of the foremost British security printers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The documents they were responsible for producing, be it bonds or banknotes, were distinguished by the quality of the designs and engraving. The notes printed and engraved by Bradbury Wilkinson for Spain in the 1920s and 1930s which came to us from an old group found in Barcelona, certainly showcases the engraver’s talents. We’re used to seeing these in circulated condition but our notes are all crisp, grading EF-Uncirculated.

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