Royal Bank Scotland £10 1969 D3-1/P331 Crisp EF/GEF

Royal Bank of Scotland £10 1969 P331 Brown on white A One year Type Arms below/ Tay Bridge Slight roll fold Crisp EF/EF_+ Scarce
Availability: In stock
SKU: BSR4877

I n 1969 the Royal Bank of Scotland merged with the National Commercial Bank of Scotland to become the largest bank in Scotland. The first £10 notes issued by this ‘new’ bank were dated 1969. (B331) For one year only ,the notes had two signatures – for the two General Managers from the merging banks. These £10 notes are scarce and had just one prefix A/1 We are delighted to be able to offer Crisp EF/GEF examples of the One Year Type 1969 Royal Bank of Scotland £10. The front has the arms of the bank illustrated with a bridge over the River Tay on the back. It’s been a very long time since we had even one of these to offer our collectors in high grade. A tough note to find these days and missing from many collections. Very limited availability. £145.00