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A 1970 PRESS PHOTO, REGARDING A GIRL AND BOY WHO ASKED THE PRIME MINSTER OF NORTHERN IRELAND FOR 14/6D THE PRICE OF THE FIRWORKS THEY HAD BOUGHT FOR LAST YEAR BUT WERE NOT ABLE TO USE BECAUSE OF THE ULSTER GOVERMENTS BAN ON FIREWORKS, FULL DETAILS ON REVERSE, MEASURES 6.5 X 9 INCHES, SMALL CREASE IN BOTTOM LEFTHAND CORNER. This ban started in the early 70s, except for specially organised displays has now been widely adopted the rest of the UK. For safety reasons this collective display helps to prevent accidents and increases everyones enjoyment, including the many fireman organising the bonfires.
|Dimensions||610 × 460 × 460 mm|
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