According to an article in The Guardian dated 10 February 2016, the new polymer 10-pound note scheduled to issued in 2017 by the Royal Bank of Scotland will feature a portrait of scientist Mary Somerville, making her the first woman other than a royal to appear on an RBS banknote.
According to a press release dated 31 January 2015, “Royal Bank of Scotland has named three Scottish scientists, two men and one woman, on the shortlist of candidates to appear on its first plastic 10 pound note. The three are physicist James Clerk Maxwell, Mary Somerville, the first female member
On 22 January 2016, David Duffy, chief executive officer at Clydesdale Bank, unveiled the redesigned polymer 10-pound note featuring a portrait of Robert Burns on the front and views of Edinburgh and its castle on the back. The new note is expected to be introduced in 2017. Courtesy of David
According to a press release dated 7 September 2015, security printer De La Rue announced that the Royal Bank of Scotland’s new design 5- and 10-pound banknotes will be issued on DLR’s Safeguard polymer substrate. The new notes will be smaller than the existing ones (P352 and P353) and be
According to an article on Daily Business dated 1 June 2015, the Bank of Scotland plans to issue new 5- and 10-pound notes on polymer. In November 2015, fifty 5-pound notes bearing winning designs from a children’s competition will be auctioned to benefit the BBC Children in Need charity. The