To date the Bank of Scotland has issued just two denominations in polymer- the £5 and the £10. We
offer Crisp examples of the £5 note here. It is dated 2016 and features a portrait of author Walter
Scott alongside a view of the façade of the Bank Headquarters on the fronts. The reverse references
the poet Robert Burns and the Brig O’Doon.
In 1995 the Bank of Scotland changed the design of its banknotes to celebrate its 300th
Anniversary. A new portrait of Sir Walter Scott was chosen for the fronts and the backs made
reference to different Scottish industries.
We have a limited supply of the 1995 Bank of Scotland £5 notes (P119) all
with the first prefix for the issue AA. The £5 reverse celebrates the Oil and Energy industry.
Crisp Uncirculated and limited availability.
Bank of Scotland £5 from 2016 P coloured Blue, Printed on Polymer plastic, featuring Walter Scott and Bank
building on the obverse and Robert Burns on the reverse - ZZ Prefix - Replacement - in uncirculated condition.