This Royal bank of Scotland 10 pound note is in great condition with no folds or tears on the note. As can be seen, the design of the front of the Royal bank notes is identical. apart from the change of colour. The reverse of the ten pound note shows Glamis Castle which was reputedly the scene of Macbeth's murder of King Malcolm II in 1031. It is the seat of the Earl of Strathmore, whose ancestors were Deputy Governors of the Royal Bank of Scotland in its early days. Her Majesty the Queen Mother spent her early years there and Princess Margaret was born in the castle, the last member of the Royal Family to be born in Scotland.