It is very unusual to be
able to offer more than a
single example of a security
printer’s promotional note
printed on polymer plastic.
Imagine my delight when
we were offered a stunning
polymer promotional note
produced by Thomas de la
Rue and who are currently responsible for printing the polymer Bank of England
The design is delightful with the head of a heron to the left. To the right, swirling
water, bulrushes and reeds over the see through security panel. The back shows a child
fishing with his net in a river.
We have seen these offered on the continent for as much as 200 Euros each.
Due to a really lucky break we can now offer Uncirculated examples of this wonderful
Crane Polymer Promotional note. Sure to delight and a promotional
note with a real difference.
The Clydesdale Bank was the first bank in
Scotland to start replacing their note issue with
a polymer equivalent. They have now issued a £5
and £10 note. This issue we can offer Crisp
Uncirculated examples of the new Clydesdale £10
Both notes feature a portrait of poet Robert
Burns on the front. The polymer issue has
a view of Edinburgh Castle alongside a map of
Scotland and a see through security panel (P229Q)
A chance to add Uncirculated examples of the new polymer Clydesdale £10
notes to your collection.