3 x One Million Pound Note

Limited edition taken from the original props used for the film, measuring 8" x 5" supplied in a special window envelope with a story card.
Availability: In stock
SKU: BZB4322

You now have it within your power to make someone an instant millionaire! The Million Pound Note featured in the 1954 Gregory Peck film of the same name. He had the use of a Million Pound note for 1 month and as no-one could change it, people were more than willing to extend him credit.

These Million Pound notes are a limited edition, taken from the original props used for the film. They measure approx 8” x 5” and comes in a special window envelope. With a story card included.

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