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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

Royal Bank Scotland EU £1 1992 Unc Set of 3

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. A set of 3 notes in uncirculated.
£19.50

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

Bank Scotland £5 Jan 1995 AA Prefix P119a Unc

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.
£45.00

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 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.
£60.00