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Great Britain 1 Pound Banknote, 1940-1948 ND, P-367, UNC

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Great Britain England 1 Pound banknote from 1940, has a pick number of P-367a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Horses.

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    GRBR367AU
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    UNC
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The Great Britain England 1 Pound Banknote, issued in 1940 right around the second World War, as part of the Emergency Wartime issues. It has blue, brown and pink color palettes and is 150 x 84 mm in size. The front side features Britannia, the female personification of Britain, seated, robed and holding a spear. The back shows Saint George on horseback slaying dragon, surrounded by a spread of acanthus leaf swirls. The 1-pound note was eventually brought back to its earlier green colors when the war was over.

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