Bank Scotland £5 2006 P119e Unc

These Bank of Scotland £5 notes are dated 2006 (P119e) A portrait of Sir Walter Scott is on the front. Many ask why his portrait has been used on Bank of Scotland notes. It was all to do with his spirited protest against a decision set to do away with the £1 note in Scotland. He wrote a letter under the pseudonym of Malachi Malagrowther and it caused such a sensation the plan was withdrawn. The back has a vignette from the oil drilling industry. Uncirculated.
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Bank of Scotland £5 2006 P119 Blue Walter Scott/ Oil industry Unc

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