MLRO mug - in support of Book Aid International

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This is an auction for one MLRO mug - there are four available for auction, and the four highest bids will each receive ONE mug.

Each mug is white, and has written on one side (in blue) "Money Laundering Reporting Officer".  And on the other side (in red) is written "Manager of Laws, Rules and Obstacles".  You can therefore decide which persona to show to the world at any given coffee break.

The mug is packed in a protective polystyrene box and I will post it anywhere in the world.

All proceeds from this auction will go to the charity Book Aid International, which "provides brand new, carefully selected books to thousands of libraries, schools, university, hospitals, prisons and refugee camps around the world".  The auction will end on Sunday 12 December 2021 at midnight (UK time); winners will be contacted soon after that, and anonymised winners will be listed in my blog post on Wednesday 15 December.


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Lot 1
£ 56
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MLRO mug
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