Royal Bank Scotland £5 1969 P330 GEF

Royal Bank of Scotland £5 1969 P330 Blue Arms at l/ Edinburgh Castle Crisp GEF/Unc
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SKU: BSR4871

In 1969, the Royal Bank of Scotland merged with the National Commercial Bank to become Scotland’s biggest bank. For one year only the Royal Bank issued a £5 note with the signatures of the General Managers from both banks. In 1970 the old General Manager’s signature from the National Commercial Bank was removed. We are delighted to offer high grade examples of the 1969 One Year Type £5 in Crisp EF/GEF(P330) The fronts feature the arms of the bank with a view of Edinburgh Castle on the back. Limited availability

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