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Great Britain: 1 Lewes Pound 2013

Item Code: GB-BN70113

Front: Thomas Paine, Lewes Resident 1768-1774. Lewes Castle (ex Bray Castle) in Lewes, East Sussex, England. Back: Mumford & Sons Gentlemen of the Road stopover in Lewes. Watermark: Repetitive wavy pattern. Security features: Consecutively running vertical descending serial numbers on the front of the note. Serial number and the coloured hairs and part of the design fluoresce while being exposed to ultraviolet light. Hologram in the shape of Transition Town Lewes emblem. Predominant colour: Green. Artists: Neil Gower & Sarah Jones (front); Design partners: Hudoq + Giant Arc. Signature: N/a. Printing method: Offset. Issuer: Transition Town Lewes CIC. Date of issue: 2013. Date of expiry: 31st of August 2014. Total issue: N/a. Material: Cotton paper. Legal tender: No. L is a shopping voucher, a complementary currency based on a voluntary participation and trust. Printer: Unknown.
 

 
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Dimensions: 135 x 70 mm
 

Texts: One Lewes Pound. "We have it in our power to build the world anew". Thomas Paine, Lewes resident 1768-1774. The Lewes Pound: Supports local traders; Keeps money circulating within Lewes; Helps cut CO2 emissions.

 
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