I very much doubt that is a British brochure. For a start there was never an Auster sold in the UK. The T11 in the UK was called Datsun/Nissan STANZA - never Auster. I would guess that this brochure may be for T12 which was built in the UK as the T72. That is probably why they want to exaggerate the "Britishness" of it. However the T12/T72 always sold as NISSAN BLUEBIRD in the UK. It was sold as STANZA in Japan and probably AUSTER as well in some countries. I can tell you 100% that the word Auster never appeared on any car in the UK.
It certainly looks like England and it has a British number plate. It is also parked on a double yellow line. Now in London even stopping on a double yellow line (even without getting out of the car) will cost you a heavy fine. The traffic warden does not even need to see you and issue a ticket. There are cameras everywhere which will record your number plate and you will receive a fine in the post with a photograph of your car.
It could be a mock up, as the Auster and the British T72 Bluebird are the same car really, only the grille looks different. They could have easily put an Auster grille on a Bluebird just for the photo.
It looks very mocked-up to me. I went a little bit either way on Cartell with registrations in this batch, with no results, so I think it’s a false plate. E719FHJ existed on a Citroen BX, it’s unusual for them to issue the same series one year after the next.