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29 July, 2008

Strange choice

Wikipedia explains who Mary Slessor was, but it still looks odd that the reverse of a Clydesdale Bank £10 note features a map of rural Nigeria.
I'd have expected something more obviously Scottish on an item at least tangentially representing the nation.  The reverse of the Royal Bank of Scotland's £5 note*, for example, depicts Culzean Castle, Ayrshire.

*: Which, amusingly, the University's Student Union shop insisted on including in my change when I spent the £10 – they'll accept a Scottish banknote so long as they can get rid of one in return.

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