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Both hands reach down for a pile of money, paper currency, with the words “Bank of England” printed in large letters along the top. I am supposing that these are … what … pounds? Quids? Something like that? They are not flat and new, but wavy, literally curled in shallow, regularly spaced waves, like a Medieval woodcut of the ocean. I make out at least three bills. The top one is denominated at 250 pound/whatevers. Or is it just 50, with a squiggle before the numerals? All of them with the same curling, so they have lived together in this particular stack for some amount of time, and were, prior to their appearance here, in a tighter circumstance, probably in someone’s money clip or (given the rolling pattern, rather than a set of folds) up someone’s nose.