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the most I've had or seen is a £50
or £100 in Scotland
Freq. used £1 (Channel Islands, Scot. only),£5, £10, £20
Rarely used £50, £100 (Scot., N. Ire. only), higher values exist such as £100,000,000 (Titan) bank note, however, usage is restricted
I pay for everything with 50s.
They're rarely used because you get £Contempt as change.
When I take control of the world itll be a ridiculously high integer.
Probably wouldn't buy you a pint of milk, mind.
£1,000,000 and £100,000,000
Most of the bank notes issued by the banks in Scotland and Northern Ireland are required to be backed pound for pound by Bank of England notes. Due to the large number of notes issued by these banks it would be cumbersome and wasteful to hold Bank of England notes in the standard denominations. High denomination notes, for one million pounds ("Giants") and one hundred million pounds ("Titans"), are used for this purpose. These are used only internally within the Bank and are never seen in circulation.
Marks out of ten with comments please.