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The current set of Scottish Pound Sterling banknotes, issued by the Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank since 2009, is known as the World Heritage Series. They feature a Scottish World Heritage Site 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 Clydesdale Bank notes free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn Clydesdale Bank banknotes.
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Clydesdale Bank 5 Pounds banknote (2015 series)This polymer £5 banknote issued by Clydesdale Bank commemorates the 125th anniversary of the construction of the Forth Bridge over the Firth of Forth in east Scotland, and depicts Sir William Arrol. He was a pioneer in the use of steel for construction, and tasked with constructing this bridge following the catastrophic collapse of the … ContinuedYou get: £4.600001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Clydesdale Bank 10 Pounds banknote (2017 series)The new £10 Pounds Sterling banknote from the Clydesdale Bank features Scottish poet Robert Burns and the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh. The back side of the reddish brown coloured polymer ten pounds bill shows city sights of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Castle.You get: £9.200001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Clydesdale Bank 20 Pounds banknote (2019 series)King of Scotland, Robert the Bruce, is pictured on the new £20 pound Clydesdale Bank banknote. A spider is featured twice: on the front side and in the window, weaving its web. This is a reference to the famous story of Robert the Bruce, the cave and the spider. The back side of the polymer … ContinuedYou get: £18.400001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Clydesdale Bank 20 Pounds banknoteThe purple colored note of twenty pounds sterling features Robert the Bruce, King of the Scots. The words ‘Clydesdale Bank’ are printed on the paper bill. It forms part of the World Heritage Series. The backside of the £20 bill features the village of New Lanark in the Clyde Valley.You get: £18.400001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Clydesdale Bank 50 Pounds banknoteThe banknote of fifty pounds sterling features the image of Elsie Inglis, Scottish doctor. Printed on the paper note is the text ‘Clydesdale Bank’.You get: £46.000001 SCP = £0.9200000000
Clydesdale Bank 100 Pounds banknoteThe bill of one hundred pounds sterling has the image of Charmes Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect. The paper currency note contains the words ‘Clydesdale Bank’.You get: £92.000001 SCP = £0.9200000000