This motto, found on the milling of 'Scottish' pound coins, which also bear a thistle on the obverse, is formally known as 'the royal Scottish motto'. Scottish pound coins are those which, although minted by the Royal Mint at Llantrisant in Wales, bear the insignia of the kingdom of the Scots. They differ from scottish banknotes, which are issued in Scotland, by Scottish banks, and are not technically legal tender. It occasionally appears below the royal arms for Scotland, and is the motto of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle. The traditional Scots translation is 'There's nane dare meddle wi' me'.