Royal Bank Scotland £1 P324 EF/GEF Egan

The Royal Bank of Scotland £1 notes issued between 1956 and 1967 contained a secret. Upside down, in the foreground of the Glasgow Office vignette on the back is engraved the name W H Egan. This went undetected until W H Egan, who prepared the original plate, revealed many years after he retired what he had done! We have a small group of higher grade ‘Egan’ £1 notes in at least EF/GEF condition.
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SKU: BSR3320
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