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tlr online
29-04-05, 12:23

[ 29. April 2005, 13:26: Message edited by: tlr online ]

29-04-05, 15:07
hehehe!! one pound ...doesnt the Queen look lovely and young there http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

29-04-05, 15:15
Now, if we mention that we might actually still have some of them.. that doesn't mean we're old, erm just seasoned ;)

I'll have to get my scanner up and running, have one nice Irish and Scottish 1 notes too. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

29-04-05, 15:19
Remember when you could go to a shop and get a blackjack or a rhubarb and custard sweet for one of these....



29-04-05, 15:19
Oh yeah, I have a scottish one pound note. Out of interest, are they still legal? Mine's been lurking in my purse for about 2 years...I never wanted to go and give it to a shop person incase they laughed at me and questioned my knowledge in general...

tlr online
30-04-05, 01:20
I think the Bank Of England is the only place that can change old notes up now, but you'll prolly find it's worth more like that than being changed up for a horrible yellow pound coin.

Henhead. Yup. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

30-04-05, 02:54
No, grandpa.

tlr online
30-04-05, 06:28
Morning treacle. Answer your bloody phone!

30-04-05, 06:54
I doubt that will happen.

30-04-05, 09:03
I don't remember that note, but I did constantly find myself using Scottish 1 notes when I was living in Scotland. (Stating the obvious)

30-04-05, 09:12
Three Scottish commercial banks - Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland and Clydesdale Bank issue their own notes to their own designs.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is the only UK bank still with the low denomination one pound note in circulation.

30-04-05, 09:27
Um, I'm 15. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/c-1.gif