|Released||10 February 2004 (Update)|
|Examine||Swap this note at any bank for the equivalent item.|
|High alch||? (edit)|
|Low alch||? (edit)|
A bank note is a bank certificate that represents an item or stack items of the same type. It is equivalent to actual items, but cannot be used physically until exchanged for an object, in a bank.
With very few exceptions (such as mysterious emblems), tradeable items can be 'noted' and 'unnoted' in a bank. This is useful for players who wish to trade large amounts of items at a time. They are also useful for training magic or simply converting the items into coins via the Low or High Level Alchemy spells.
For a small fee, bank notes may also be unnoted by banknote exchange merchants like Phials in Rimmington or the Banknote Exchange Merchant in Pollnivneach. This may be useful when training skills that require a lot of resources.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Runescape Classic, players could only get certificates for a few selected items—the item can then only be "un-noted" by the shop of which it can be bought from.