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VCP, Northern Ireland by John Wynne Hopkins.


VCP, Northern Ireland by John Wynne Hopkins.

A vehicle checkpoint set up by the British army in co-operation with the RUC while operating in Northern Ireland.
Item Code : DHM0847VCP, Northern Ireland by John Wynne Hopkins. - This Edition
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Image size 25 inches x 16 inches (64cm x 41cm)Artist : John Wynne HopkinsHalf Price!Now : 50.00VIEW EDITION...
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