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Lot 223
Sold for £216 (US$ 363) inc. premium
Lot Details
Union Bank of Scotland Ltd, £1, 30 November 1942, 2 August 1951, £5, 4 August 1942, 3 November 1952 plus £1, 2 August 1951, printers proof (Douglas 37a-3, 41a-3, 42-1, 43-1) £5 1952, about uncirculated, balance very fine – good extremely fine (5)
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