Bank Scotland £5 P130 2016 AA Prefix Polymer Unc

In 2016, the Bank of Scotland issued its first polymer note. It was a £5 (P130). It was blue and reduced in size from previous paper issues and is known as the Bridge Series. The front has the portrait of Sir Walter Scott alongside a view of the facade of the Bank of Scotland Headquarters on the Mound in Edinburgh while the back features a vignette of the Brig O’Doon, a statue of Robert Burns, and another view of the Bank Headquarters. All our notes bear the very first prefix AA. Uncirculated.
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Bank of Scotland £5 2016 P130 Blue Polymer Walter Scott and façade of HQ/Robert Burns and Brig O'Doon AA prefix Unc

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