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

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
£145.00
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland £10 2016 P371 Polymer Plastic Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £10 2016 P371 Polymer Plastic Unc

We are delighted to be able to offer the exceptionally attractive Royal Bank of Scotland Polymer £10. It features a portrait of Mary Somerville, a 19th century science writer, astronomer and polymath. She was the joint first female member of the Royal Astronomical Society with Caroline Hirschel. She was also an advocate of women’s rights and the Oxford Somerville College (formerly all female) was named after her. Otters at play make a charming reverse.
£21.50
Royal Bank Scotland £100 2007 Goodwin P350d Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £100 2007 Goodwin P350d Unc

These stunning £100 notes were issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland in 2007 when Fred Goodwin was still Group Chief Executive (P350d) He met a somewhat ignominious end when he was stripped of his knighthood after the Great Crash of 2008. The portrait of Lord Ilay, first Governor of the bank is on the front and a view of Balmoral Castle on the back. Crisp Uncirculated.
£245.00
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Royal Bank Scotland £20 Polymer P-New Unc

The Royal Bank of Scotland issued a polymer £20 note earlier this year which celebrated Kate Cranston, a lady associated with Glasgow in its heyday. In 1878 she opened her first tea room and went on to establish more welcoming establishments, all known for the high standard of service, food quality and cleanliness. She was also associated with Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the art movement of the time. Her tea rooms served as art galleries and became social centres for all classes even allowing women to meet without male company in the Ladies Rooms. On the back of these charming notes two red squirrels are depicted alongside an excerpt from Cupid & Venus by Mark Alexander Boyd. Look closely and you will see a midge, scourge of Scottish summers! Uncirculated at £35.00
£37.50
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland £20 Queen Mother P361 Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £20 Queen Mother P361 Unc

Royal Bank of Scotland £20 2000 P361 Mauve and m/ Issued to mark Queen Mother's 100th Birthday Lord Ilay/ Queen Mother and view of childhood home at Glamis Castle Special prefix QETQM Unc
£65.00
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland £5 1969 P330 GEF

Royal Bank Scotland £5 1969 P330 GEF

Royal Bank of Scotland £5 1969 P330 Blue Arms at l/ Edinburgh Castle Crisp GEF/Unc
£87.50
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland £5 2010 P352e Paper Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £5 2010 P352e Paper Unc

The Royal Bank of Scotland now issues its banknotes in polymer. We offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the Paper £5 which these polymer issues replaced. They are dated 2010, the fronts have a portrait of Lord Ilay while a rendition of Culzean Castle is on the back. Crisp Uncirculated at £14.50 each
£14.50
Royal Bank Scotland £50 2021 P-New Polymer Unc

Royal Bank Scotland £50 2021 P-New Polymer Unc

On 18th August 2021, the Royal Bank of Scotland released its new polymer £50. (P-New) Like the Bank of Scotland, the colour chosen was red, in line with the colour scheme of Bank of England notes south of the border. The front is dominated by a portrait of Flora Stevenson. She was born into a merchant family in Victorian times. Her legacy was as an educator who championed the rights of poorer children and young girls to be educated. She pressed for university education to be opened to women. Her first project was to run evening literacy classes from her home for messenger girls. Alongside her portrait is a view of Randolph Crescent in Edinburgh and the quote ’What Miss Stevenson did not know about education was not worth knowing’. Other illustrations include textile and dye elements. The back features two ospreys and an excerpt from the poem Nettles by N Munro, a midge and some Ladies Bedstraw, a plant using in the dyeing process. A wonderful note which comes alive under UV light! Uncirculated.
£92.50
Picture of Royal Bank Scotland EU £1 1992 Unc

Royal Bank Scotland EU £1 1992 Unc

Way back in 1992 when these £1 notes were issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland we referred to the European Union as the EEC or European Economic Community. Just 12 nations were members. In 1992 the EEC was held in Edinburgh which is the reason this commemorative £1 note was issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland.(P356)It follows the regular design with a portrait of Lord Ilay on the front and Edinburgh Castle on the back. In addition the prefix has been changed to EC and the blue European flag is shown in the watermark area.
£7.50
Royal Bank Scotland Plc £10 March 1994 P353 Unc

Royal Bank Scotland Plc £10 March 1994 P353 Unc

The Royal Bank of Scotland showcased Scotland’s castles on the backs of their banknotes and what wonderful notes these are! The back of the £10 note featured Glamis Castle, famous for being the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. It has witnessed over 1000 years of history, was also the inspiration for Shakespeare’s Macbeth and was the birthplace of Princess Margaret Our examples are all dated 1994 when George Masterton was Chief Executive. (P353)
£32.50
Picture of Scotland, Parliament £1, 1999 (P360). Unc

Scotland, Parliament £1, 1999 (P360). Unc

Commemorative issue with 'SP' prefix. Crisp Uncirculated
£6.50