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Royal Bank of Scotland 'Jack Nicklaus' £5 note issued 14th July 2005 Crisp UNC in wallet of issue


The front of the £5 note is largely the same as the existing Royal Bank of Scotland £5 notes, apart from the fact the golden bear logo is shown and that the serial number only appears once. In addition all the serial numbers for this commemorative banknote commence with "JWN" short for Jack William Nicklaus. The reverse of the banknote has been completely redesigned and shows images of Jack holding the claret jug and playing a shot during his way to victory at St Andrews in 1978. The R&A clubhouse is depicted on top left hand portion of the note and in the bottom left, Jack's winning scores at St, Andrews in 1970 (when he won an 18 hole play-off with Doug Sanders) and in 1978 are depicted. On the bottom right hand side of the note, the tee at the 18th hole can be seen along with the swilken bridge. A card also shown. GRADE: As issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland with all paper work. Please Note: all banknotes are handled using cotton gloves, and placed securely between strong oil free card and placed inside a hard backed envelope with "Please Do Not Bend" Printed on the front.



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