Does scotland have and use any coins of its own minting?
The currency of Scotland is the Pound Sterling (GBP) and Scotland uses British coins as produced by the Royal Mint. All Scottish banks have the right to produce their own banknotes, but only three do. Strangely, all Scottish banknotes are not legal tender anywhere including Scotland. They have more of the standing of a promissory note (in Scotland) and there is a strange legal loop hole in Scottish law that allows this to occur.
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