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Issued in 1942, this large 500 korun note (P11) from German Occupied Bohemia and Moravia features an image of painter
Peter Brandl, taken from his self portrait of 1700. He is famed for his use of chiaroscuro in paintings of the late Baroque period. We are able to supply examples of this note in Fine for just £9.75 each.
We are delighted to offer Uncirculated examples of the new Polymer £20 note issued by the
Clydesdale Bank. And what a handsome note it is!
The front is dominated by the portrait of legendary Scot Robert the Bruce together with his dates of birth 1274-1329. Also featured is a map of Scotland , a series of tartan patterns and a spider. The see through security panel has holographic images of a spider and Robert the Bruce. The back features a view of St Kilda declared a Scottish World Heritage Site in both 1986 and 2005. All in all this is a wonderful note and can be included in your collection for just £35.00