Palestine Currency Board Pound 1939 Fine/vg, Problems No Reserve (1 Note In Lot)
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Palestine Currency Board Pound 1939 Fine/vg, Problems No Reserve (1 Note In Lot):
You are offerding on ONE note, the oneinthe MIDDLE, described in the headline which brought you to this page. It is theSECOND note of the three photographed.The others are on -France and -Germany, or will be. See below.
PALESTINE CURRENCY BOARD. 1-Pound, April 20, 1939. Fine/VG, BUT the grade should be lowered due to "cracks in the center, visibnle when the not is held up to light. Also, the edges are a bit ragged. Also, there are two pices of TAPE, lower left on the reverse. Still, this is the nicest Palestine Currency Board note I have ever offered, and I have had 500-Mils and 1-Pound notes bring around $300 on .
I am offering NINE banknotes of ISRAEL/PALESTINE, on US and THREE international sites. The easiest way to find every listing is to
go to my store--
--to see all the listings at a glance, with thumbnail pictures. Also, POSTAGE is combined on multiple-lot winnings, regardless of which site hosts each listing. For OVERSEAS buyers, there is NO ADDITIONAL POSTAGE CHARGE if you win more than one note.
Postage is $2.85 insured in the USA, $13 (Air-Registered) overseas. (It now costs me $15!) Will combine shipping, An additional piece usually costs you $1.00 (or less) extra in postage, even on overseas packages. Items may be examined and may be picked up BY APPOINTMENT in my street-level Manhattan store. (You can see the Empire State Building from my doorstep: Paul J. Bosco, 149 Madison Ave at E32nd St., New York, NY 10016; 212/758-2646).
sellers are no longer allowed to furnish eMail addresses or website addresses within lot descriptions. You can, however, check out my About Me page on , and you can Google the “pauljbosco” website. I think, under the First Amendment, I am allowed to say that.