Guest oich Posted April 22, 2013 Share Posted April 22, 2013 Hi, While reading the 'HAVE YOU FOUND ANY ALAMY IMAGES, APRIL 2013' on the forum my attention was drawn to one image which was reported for the Observer 21st April, the complete reverse side of a UK banknote which is Royalty Free, is this OK? Note that the OP has noted that this particlar usage may not be from Alamy as it has no credit line, but the image does appear as for sale by Alamy on thier database. The reason I ask is, that several years back I deleted all my UK banknote images as I understood that it was illegal to show the whole of a UK banknote in a photographic image. Advice welcome. Regards, Oich Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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