Victoria Cleland £5 Winston Churchill Polymer Plastic B414 Unc

Here we offer a Polymer Churchill £5 signed by Victoria Cleland, the first Chief Cashier to sign this variety.
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SKU: BEB8785
£9.50

Victoria Cleland £5 Blue Polymer B414 Queen Eliz/ Churchill Unc

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