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Defective 20 pound UK notes may have gotten into circulation



 
 
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Old November 5th 05, 01:34 AM
stonej
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Default Defective 20 pound UK notes may have gotten into circulation

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Old November 5th 05, 02:53 AM
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Default Defective 20 pound UK notes may have gotten into circulation

I like the remark in that "they can be replaced by good ones at a bank",
fails to point out thier value (obviously in mint) would be a few times more
than face to collectors.


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Old November 5th 05, 09:32 PM
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Default Defective 20 pound UK notes may have gotten into circulation

The majority of the public that find one will demand a perfect note from the
teller inside the bank.

Like you I think that the newspaper should advise their readers that the
will have a value above face.

They state that the notes will go to a small number of ATMs, if it's only
450 notes involved it may be just one ATM that dispenses them. It will be
the one with the long queue. Billy

"Alan Marshall" wrote in message
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I like the remark in that "they can be replaced by good ones at a bank",
fails to point out thier value (obviously in mint) would be a few times
more than face to collectors.


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Old November 6th 05, 01:13 PM
note.boy
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Default Defective 20 pound UK notes may have gotten into circulation

Someone is looking to buy them. Billy

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Misprinted-20-...cmd ZViewItem


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The majority of the public that find one will demand a perfect note from
the teller inside the bank.

Like you I think that the newspaper should advise their readers that the
will have a value above face.

They state that the notes will go to a small number of ATMs, if it's only
450 notes involved it may be just one ATM that dispenses them. It will be
the one with the long queue. Billy

"Alan Marshall" wrote in message
...
I like the remark in that "they can be replaced by good ones at a bank",
fails to point out thier value (obviously in mint) would be a few times
more than face to collectors.


"stonej" wrote in message
oups.com...
http://www.channel4.com/news/content...jsp?id=1018902







 




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