UK Unveils New Bank Notes With King Charles III

Uk unveils new bank notes with king charles iii

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The Bank of England has unveiled its first banknotes featuring King Charles III, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The notes are expected to enter circulation in mid-2024, gradually replacing those featuring Charles’s late mother, who began appearing on paper money in 1960.

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