Bank of Scotland, £1, 1988 (P111)

The last ever Bank of Scotland £1 note with the serial E/13. Signed by Sir Thomas Risk as Governor and Peter Burt as Treasurer and Chief General Manager.
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SKU: BSB2906

The Bank of Scotland discontinued the £1 note in 1988, following the lead of the Bank of England and the last ever £1 notes issued by the Bank of Scotland were dated 19th August 1988 (P111). We know that the last ever prefix for this last ever Bank of Scotland £1 was E/13. We were delighted to recently purchase an original bundle of this last Bank of Scotland £1 all with the prefix E/13 which we offer you here in crisp uncirculated condition
On the front they feature the portrait of Sir Walter Scott, the Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet.

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Wrapper Flapper Small (101mm x 170mm) x50

Some of the best holders for individual banknotes. They are made from a crystal clear substance which will not harm the note over time. This size is useful for most notes up to £20 size.