Just had a look at the new Clydesdale £20 note which is very good with an image of Robert the Bruce complete with the famous spider and a web if you look closely enough which i thought was a nice touch however on both sides they have an image of Scotland but with Shetland in a box like the old days . I thought it was law now not to do that . Given the size of the note it would have been easy to arrange it so as Shetland would appear in its correct location as it is it looks like we were an after thought and just stuck in afterwards . They managed to get the remote tiny island of st Kilda in its proper location however even to the extent of writing its name alongside .
Edited by Watter, 01 May 2020 - 02:50 PM.