Bank of Scotland currently has two series of banknotes in circulation: the Bridges Series and the Tercentenary Series. The Bridges Series, which was launched in September 2007, will eventually replace the Tercentenary Series but, in the meantime, both series will be in circulation side by side until the old series notes become unfit for circulation.
Bank of Scotland issues notes in denominations of £5, £10, £20, £50 and £100. To obtain detailed information about the design and security features of each note in either the Bridges or the Tercentenary series please click on any of the banknote images below.
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