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Scotland - Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds Banknote, 2004, P-121e.2, UNC, Commemorative

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Scotland 20 Pound banknote from 1999, has a pick number of P-121c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Sir W. Scott.

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    SCOT121EU
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The Scotland 20 Pound banknote was released by the Bank of Scotland in 2004 in celebration of its 300th year of service. The banknotes obverse depicts a picture of Scottish novelist Sir Walter Scott and the emblem of the bank which is flanked by two women. On the reverse is a woman researcher in a laboratory center. It also features the medallion of Pallas, the bank arms, and the emblem of the Union Bank of Scotland that is represented by a sailing ship. The Bank of Scotland building can also be found on the bottom left of the reverse. This particular note comes in uncirculated condition.

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