Million pound banknote on sale for 40,000 pounds





A one million pound banknote, believed to be one of only two in existence, is to be offered for sale for several times less than its face value at auction next month

The eight-inch-wide green note was issued by the Treasury on August 30, 1948, in connection with the Marshall Aid Plan after the Second World War.
The note, which is no longer legal tender, is expected to fetch up to £40,000 when it is auctioned by Spink, the specialist auctioneers, on October 1.



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