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.
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The Scottish novelist and travel writer Robert Louis Stevenson is commemorated on this £1 note issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland in 1994 on the centenary of his death. His more popular works include Treasure Island, Kidnapped and the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
The fronts of these £1 notes follows the usual design with a portrait of Lord Ilay to the right. A special RLS prefix also appears and an open book with Robert Louis Stevenson’s dates 1850-1894. On the back, the portrait of Robert Louis Stevenson dominates alongside such vignettes as his house in Western Samoa, Edinburgh Castle and a pirate ship (P358).

Crisp Uncirculated at £6.25.

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