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THE FIRST ICONIC ONE POUND BANK NOTE FREE *Just Pay P&P
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THE FIRST ICONIC ONE POUND BANK NOTE FREE *Just Pay P&P

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*This is The London Mint NOT The Royal Mint so has no value!

The first iconic £1 banknote remastered

Strictly limited edition

Featuring Sir Isaac Newton

Type: SINGLE

Availability: AVAILABLE

Price: £ 0

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ORDER THE FIRST ICONIC ONE POUND BANK NOTE TODAY FOR FREE! (PLUS £2.50 POSTAGE)

The first and last of its kind, this One Pound bank note revolutionised British currency. Featuring a non-royal figure for the first time, the One Pound note popularised the depiction of iconic British figures on circulating currency - a tradition we still hold dearly today. To commemorate its innovation, you can now own this One Pound note, beautifully remastered as never seen before in FREE as a gift to the nation (plus £2.50 postage).

In tribute to the innovation of this revolutionary British currency, this limited-edition bank note reproduction is available to you FREE (plus £2.50 postage).

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Pppathome
Pppathome6 months ago

I remember the pound note 😉

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janetfoa66n
janetfoa66n6 months ago

So do I 🤭

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puppydog101uk
puppydog101uk6 months ago

Me too

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MrsPacker
MrsPacker6 months ago

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I received this recently and I am very happy with it as my Husband Bret and I both remember the one pound notes. As always you only pay for them if you decide to keep them. JoTarpley the freebie and competition Queen.

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JoTarpley
JoTarpley6 months ago

MrsPacker Helen, they are lovely, thank you so much for posting a pic and thank you as always for adding the extra information, that's always very helpful to people, you must have quite a little collection now!

Love to you and Bret x

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Bikywander
Bikywander6 months ago

I still have a few in my old notes collection (ie £1 £5 £10 £20 and even have a 1/2 penny 😅

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LouiseHemmings
LouiseHemmings6 months ago

I still have one x

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hukdarelame
hukdarelame6 months ago

Paying delivery that's overpriced for something that has no monetary value. A not so in your face kind of scam. Kudos to London mint for making it legit though

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne19965 months ago

hukdarelame plus they usually continue to send you coins and bill you for them.

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 months ago

You've said what I was going to say, but unfortunately there'll still be some willing to pay £2.50 postage for something that not only has no monetary value but no other value either.

I recall seeing one poor soul arriving at a TV deals site with a load of "coins" purchased through the years from this supplier. They wouldn't even offer her her bus fare home.

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CatherineWaters
CatherineWaters6 months ago

I remember the excitement of finding a pound note in a birthday card, and the disappointment of a pound coin when it changed; a note felt like it was worth more!

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mogmeg74
mogmeg746 months ago

Bring back the old notes and coins. Remember being excited when I had a 100 £1 pound notes

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JonathanBulmer
JonathanBulmer5 months ago

Looks cool, I’m sure my daughter would enjoy this. Will get one now

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