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Irish Helen Blessington

jen2

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I have a Iris Helen Blessington marrying Bruce Arnold Young in Queensland in November 1934, but cannot find a birth for her. Any help would be appreciated.

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Yeah saw that today. Really, who goes over a note looking for mistakes, but then again I collect coins and have a good look but not that into it.
I got my magnifying glass out and had a look and could not even read the writing. Good thing getting older, eye sight and all.
 

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They reckon they aren't worth anything as there were millions printed so its not like they are rare. Serious collectors no doubt must check new notes etc out thoroughly. My notes don't last long enough to check out :LOL:
 

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Maybe sent to another forum but save all my coins and use this for our grand children's Christmas presents. Have 6 grand daughters and do not spend more than we have saved in coins for the year.
 

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