An interesting feature. The Clydesdale Bank featured images of southern Nigeria on Scottish ten pound notes. The images feature areas in modern day Nigeria such as Akwa Ibom, Cross River State and Arochukwu.
The imagery is meant to commemorate the life and work of Mary Slessor (a missionary in Calabar) who lived with the indigenous ethnicities, learned their language, and ended some customary practises such as the killing of twins. She adopted many Nigerian children (particularly twins) who had been left to die. When Southern Nigeria became a British Protectorate, she became the first ever female Magistrate in the British Empire.
Images of the notes are below: