Thursday, 24 May 2012

New Scottish £10

The Royal Bank of Scotland has issued a new £10 banknote to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee (CLICK for a larger graphic). They are legal tender in the whole of the UK, which is bound to cause confusion at the tills. Certain serial numbers have been reserved for auction by Scottish charities. Customers outside Scotland can order up to 20 of these banknotes at the face value plus £5.90 p&p. The Royal Bank of Scotland was the first to put the monarch's head on a banknote in 1727. Excellent portrait of Her Majesty.

2 Comments:

At 25/5/12, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wouldn't mind if the ten pound note looked like that in England. The ten pound notes in Scotland make The Queen look more radiant than the painted English ones. Also, they're much more arty and colourful.

 
At 26/5/12, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

The Royal Bank of Scotland has certainly done Her Majesty proud with this one.

 

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