Bank Scotland £10 2009 P125b Paper Unc

These Bank of Scotland £10 notes were the last to be printed on paper. (P125b) They are dated 2009.The fronts are dominated by a portrait of the author Walter Scott who famously defended the £1 note as a denomination. The back has a view of Glenfinnan Viaduct which may be familiar to any Harry Potter fan after it featured in film adaptations of the novels. Crisp Uncirculated and long vanished from circulation we offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the last Bank of Scotland Paper £10 note dated 2009.
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Bank of Scotland £10 2009 P125b Brown Walter Scott/Glenfinnan Viaduct. Unc

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