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Bradburys
 

 

A slang term for £1 and 10s. notes, issued by the Treasury in place of gold coin in 1914. The name derives from the then Secretary of the Treasury, John Bradbury. In 1928 the Bank of England took over the issue of these notes from the Treasury.

Reference: The Penguin Business Dictionary, 3rd edt.