London Passenger Transport Board vintage paper money / change bag - Kentish Town

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Original c.1940s London Transport ephemera - buses, Underground - FREE UK P&P
£6.50

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London Passenger Transport Board vintage paper money / change bag - Kentish Town
 
A c.1940s vintage London Passenger Transport Board "Silver £5" money / change bag, measuring approximately 9.9 x 14.7cm (3.9 x 5.8in), in grey-brown paper printed in red, one side bearing the (partly blurred) printed stamp "KENTISH TOWN" (an area of north-west London) and the initials "MW" in ink, together with the red printed code "X/608/5. (2000M. 9.41)" which suggests a date of September 1941. (The London Passenger Transport Board - also known as LPTB or London Transport - was responsible for public transport in the London area between 1933 and 1948.)
 
The bag is in well-used condition with much creasing, marking and discoloration together with a diagonal row of pinholes to one side.
 
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Brand London Passenger Transport Board
Code 3/294
Condition Used