A Scottish banknote that pays tribute to a medical pioneer has been named one of the world’s most beautiful.
Dr Flora Murray, whose image appears on the £100 Bank of Scotland note, founded the Women’s Hospital for Children in London and the Women’s Hospital Corp.
Born in Dumfries in 1869, the medic received a CBE in recognition of her work during World War One.
Now the note bearing her image has finished third in a contest to find the world’s most beautiful banknotes.
Dr Murray founded the Women’s Hospital for Children in London in 1912 with her partner, Louisa Garrett-Anderson.