A commemorative £10 note has been launched to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
The RBS banknote, which has been approved by the Queen, shows four different images of the monarch throughout the years.
She is pictured at Epsom racecourse in 2008, with her family at Balmoral, with the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne at the Mass for the Order of the Thistle and an official palace photograph from the 1940s in also included.
A total of 2 million of the commemorative notes will go into circulation from Wednesday.
Philip Hampton, RBS Chairman said: "RBS has a long connection with royalty and a tradition of issuing notes to commemorate royal celebrations. We felt that this was the most fitting way to honour the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and her long reign as monarch."
Notes with special serial numbers have been donated to Scottish charities, including the STV Appeal, to be auctioned off.