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The E-Sylum:  Volume 11, Number 2, January 13, 2008, Article 13

MORE ON SCOTTISH BANKNOTES

Fred Schwan writes: "I have a little to add about Scottish
notes. As an emergency measure Scottish notes were made
legal tender during World War II. This status may have
been in Scotland only or in some combination of UK
constituents. My original source for this information was
well-known and now long-missed collector Bill Benson. He
collected Scotland seriously and of course I seriously
gather information about WWII so we had a small intersection
there. I would be pleased to learn any additional details."

 ON THE LEGAL TENDER STATUS OF SCOTTISH BANKNOTES
 esylum_v11n01a17.html

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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