Royal Bank of Scotland 'Royal & Ancient Golf Club' £5 note. Uncirculated

The first of the 'Golf' series issued in 2004 commemorated the 250th anniversary of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club (P363). With special prefix 'R&A'
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SKU: BSR8815

Scotland is credited with being the country which invented golf so it was entirely appropriate that through the years the Royal Bank of Scotland has issued special commemorative £5 notes with golf as their theme.

The first was issued in 2004 to mark the 250th Anniversary of the founding of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. (P363) Illustrations include a view of the club house and the famous Claret Cup alongside a portrait of Old Tom Morris, famous for his golf course designs. With special prefix 'R&A' on the front of the note.

Crisp Uncirculated

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