eBay ‘upside down’ fivers selling for silly money



Online auction site eBay is being flooded with listings for ‘upside down’ five pound notes - with some attracting bids of thousands of pounds.
The sudden interest in collecting banknotes has been sparked by prankster Mike Harris, who listed an ‘upside-down fiver for sale - and attracted bids of as much as £65,000.
However, interest in rare currency has recently received a boost, as when the Bank of England introduced their new plastic fivers, low-numbered notes were attracting bids of as much as £4,150 from currency collectors.
The original listing for the upside-down note read: “New £5... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 34
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