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Scotland, in common with the rest of the UK uses Pound Sterling (GBP) divided into 100 pennies (or pence). Scotland uses banknotes issued by three different commercial banks;- Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Scotland and the Clydesdale Bank. Bank of England banknotes are rarely accepted in Scotland.

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βˆ™ 14y ago

British Sterling Pound as is the rest of the UK. We have yet to convert to the Euro and it is unlikely that we will do so anytime soon.

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I don’t understand this

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βˆ™ 14y ago

Scotland uses the same currency as the rest of the United Kingom, the Pound Sterling.

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βˆ™ 13y ago

The pound sterling (£), which is the same as the rest of the UK. However, because of ancient agreements, Scottish Banks are allowed to issue their own banknotes.

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βˆ™ 7y ago

Scotland uses the same currency as the rest of the UK. ie the Pound Sterling (GBP) (£).

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βˆ™ 7y ago

Scotland has the same currency as the rest of the UK, i.e. pounds and pence. It does issue its own bank notes.

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βˆ™ 14y ago

Scotish pounds. Pounds sterling.

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βˆ™ 13y ago

British pound sterling

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