Palestine Currency Board Pound 1939 Fine/vg, Problems No Reserve (1 Note In Lot) For Sale
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
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--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).
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