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1972 British Armed Forces Military Currency - 10 New Pence Banknote - 6th Series - Uncirculated - Pick #M48

1972 British Armed Forces Military Currency - 10 New Pence Banknote - 6th Series - Uncirculated - Pick #M48

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These British Armed Forces notes were issued to troops serving in foreign countries.

The British Armed Forces issued their own banknotes between 1946 - 1972.

This series (6th Series) is from 1972, the final year these notes were used.

The special design meant the notes were only valid within the occupied are and could not be captured and used to determine the occupying nation’s currency.

To enable tracking of the notes they were all serial numbered by the printer was Bradbury, Wilkinson and Co.

Dimensions: 127mm x 64mm

Crisp and Uncirculated.

ND (1972). 6th Series, 2nd Issue. Violet, green, and olive. Printer: BWC.

Pick Number: M48

Each note is taken from bundle and will be sent in sequential order for multiple purchases.

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