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The current set of Scottish Pound Sterling banknotes, issued by the Edinburgh-based Bank of Scotland since 2007, is known as The Bridges Series. They feature a Scottish bridge on the reverse side. These banknotes are used as a means of payment in Scotland but they are not legal tender in other parts of the United Kingdom. However, most shops in England will accept them. We exchange these modern Bank of Scotland notes free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn Bank of Scotland banknotes.
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Bank of Scotland 5 Pounds banknote (2015 series)The Bank of Scotland polymer £5 banknote depicts the Scottish author, poet and playwright Sir Walter Scott, and also shows the building that houses the headquarters of the Bank. The back of this fiver shows Brig o’ Doon bridge and a statue of the poet Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns.You get: £4.600001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Bank of Scotland 10 Pounds banknote (2016 series)The new polymer £10 pound banknote from the Bank of Scotland replaced the old BoS paper tenner. The portrait on the front is of Scottish novelist Sir Andrew Scott. On the back side is Glenfinnan Viaduct.You get: £9.200001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds banknote (2019 series)The new polymer £20 note from the Bank of Scotland features the portrait of Sir Walter Scott on the front side, next to the Bank of Scotland’s Edinburgh headquarters. Featured on the back side of the 2019-dated twenty Scottish Pounds note are the Forth bridges and the lyrics of the traditional ballad Far over the … ContinuedYou get: £18.400001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds banknote (2007-2011 series)This purple colored twenty pounds bill measures 149mm by 80mm. It is part of the so-called Bridges series. Printed on the paper banknote is the text ‘Bank of Scotland’. On the front of the £20 BoS note is Sir Walter Scott. The bridge on the backside is Forth Bridge near Edinburgh.You get: £18.400001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Bank of Scotland 50 Pounds banknote (2007-2011 series)This fifty pounds bill measures 156mm by 85mm. On the paper banknote a caption reads ‘Bank of Scotland’. On the front of the £50 BOS note is Sir Walter Scott. On the back of the green-colored banknote is Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boat lift in Scotland.You get: £46.000001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Bank of Scotland 100 Pounds banknote (2007-2011 series)The red-colored banknote of one hundred pounds measures 163mm by 90mm. Printed on the paper note is the text ‘Bank of Scotland’. The £100 features Sir Walter Scott on the front and Kessock Bridge in Inverness on the back.You get: £92.000001 SCP = £0.9200000000