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Bank of Scotland, £1, 1988 (P111)

The last ever Bank of Scotland £1 note with the serial E/13. Signed by Sir Thomas Risk as Governor and Peter Burt as Treasurer and Chief General Manager.
£16.50

Bank Scotland £1 Walter Scott 1970's-1988 Unc

Bank of Scotland £1 1970's-88 P111 Green. Walter Scott at r Unc
£10.50

Bank Scotland £20 2004 P121e GVF-EF

Bank of Scotland £20 from 2004 P121e coloured Pink featuring Walter Scotton on obverse left and Laboratory Technician on rear. In between Good Very Fine & Extremely Fine condition.
£37.50

Bank Scotland £5 2016 P-New Polymer Plastic Unc

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.
£12.50

Clydesdale £20 Robert the Bruce Polymer P-New Unc

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
£35.00

Clydesdale Bank £10 2017 Polymer Note (Uncirculated)

The Clydesdale Bank was the first bank in Scotland to start replacing its note issue with a polymer equivalent. They have now issued a £5 and £10 note. We can offer you Crisp Uncirculated examples of the new Clydesdale £10 note. 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.
£21.50

Royal Bank of Scotland Limited, £1, 1972-81 UNC

The new green design £1 issued between 1972 and 1981. Signed by J.B. Burke as Managing Director of The Royal Bank of Scotland
£18.50

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'
£21.50

Royal Bank Scotland £1 1996 W Wmk P351c Unc

Royal Bank of Scotland £1 1997 P351 Green on white Design as previous except George Mathewson as Chief Executive. Unc
£6.50

Royal Bank Scotland £1 1997 P359 Hologram AlexGraham Bell Unc

Royal Bank of Scotland £1 1997 P359 Green on white Lord Ilay/ Alexander Graham Bell AGB Prefix Unc
£7.50

Royal Bank Scotland £10 2016 P371 Polymer Plastic Unc

We are delighted to be able to offer the exceptionally attractive Royal Bank of Scotland Polymer £10. It features a portrait of Mary Somerville, a 19th century science writer, astronomer and polymath. She was the joint first female member of the Royal Astronomical Society with Caroline Hirschel. She was also an advocate of women’s rights and the Oxford Somerville College (formerly all female) was named after her. Otters at play make a charming reverse.
£19.50

Royal Bank Scotland £20 Queen Mother P361 Unc

Royal Bank of Scotland £20 2000 P361 Mauve and m/ Issued to mark Queen Mother's 100th Birthday Lord Ilay/ Queen Mother and view of childhood home at Glamis Castle Special prefix QETQM Unc
£65.00

Royal Bank Scotland £5 2010 P352e Paper Unc

Royal Bank of Scotland £5 2010 P-New Blue on white Lord Ilay/ Culzean Castle Hester as Group Chief Executive Unc
£14.50

Royal Bank Scotland EU £1 1992 Unc

Way back in 1992 when these £1 notes were issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland we referred to the European Union as the EEC or European Economic Community. Just 12 nations were members. In 1992 the EEC was held in Edinburgh which is the reason this commemorative £1 note was issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland.(P356)It follows the regular design with a portrait of Lord Ilay on the front and Edinburgh Castle on the back. In addition the prefix has been changed to EC and the blue European flag is shown in the watermark area.
£7.50

Scotland, Parliament £1, 1999 (P360). Unc

Commemorative issue with 'SP' prefix. Crisp Uncirculated
£5.50

Scotland, Robert Louis Stevenson £1, 1994 (P358) Crisp UNC

Royal Bank of Scotland £1 note issued in 1994 to commemorate the centenary of the death of Robert Louis Stevenson. With special 'RLS' prefix. Crisp Uncirculated.
£6.25