Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(32)

Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(32)
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SKU: HC01460
£4.00

Cashiers of the Bank of England, London, 19(32), Pay to Order, blue oval duty stamp, no printer, counterfoil re-attached, signature cut, black, mauve security panel on reverse, used

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