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

Commemorative issue with 'SP' prefix. Crisp Uncirculated
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SKU: BSR8700
£5.50

In 1997, a referendum was held in Scotland where the people voted in favour of devolution. The first meeting of the new Scottish Parliament was on 12th May 1999, the date of this £1 note issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland to commemorate the event (P360). The back of the note depicts the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh which was to serve as temporary accommodation while a purpose built Parliament building was constructed. These special notes were also given the prefix SP.

Crisp Uncirculated

 

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