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The European Summit £1 note, 1992
Robert Louis Stevenson centenary £1 note, 1994
Alexander Graham Bell, 1997
Scottish Parliament, 1999
The Queen Mother, 2000
Queen Elizabeth II, 2002
Royal and Ancient Golf Club, 2004
Royal College of Surgeons, 2005
Jack Nicklaus, 2005
RBS Gogarburn, 2005
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, 2012
The Ryder Cup, 2014
20 shilling note, 1727
Counterfeit £1 note, 1810
One guinea note, 1792
Unissued specimen £1 note, 1893
£1 note, 1827
£1 note, 1914
£10 note 'interim series', 1969
£5 note, 1966
Ten items revealing how - as our customers have changed over the centuries - we have changed to meet their developing needs.
The world's first overdraft was granted by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Andrew Berkeley Drummond set out these rules for the good operation of his family bank, Messrs Drummond.
This design, issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland from 1826, was Britain's first double-sided banknote.
The vault this model represents was in National Bank of Scotland's head office.
This branch had recently been opened by London & County Bank.
This safe was issued by National Provincial Bank.
Card for use in the Royal Bank of Scotland's earliest cash dispensing machines.
Counter-top advertisement for Access credit cards.
Woody, the youngest in the family of piggy banks issued to NatWest's young savers.
For accessing NatWest's telephone banking service from a dial-only handset.
RBS remembers 1914-1918
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