Scottish pound note sells for £9,000

A rare Scottish pound note has been auctioned-off for a record-breaking fee. The note, issued in 1836 by the North of Scotland Bank, was sold i by Clydesdale Bank last night in a fundraiser which raised £112,830 for 70 charities around the country. The North of Scotland bank became the Clydesdale Bank in 1951. The previous record of £7,000 was set in 2001 when a North of Scotland note from the late 19th century was sold....Source

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