Find out when King Charles III banknotes were in circulation in the UK

Find out when King Charles III banknotes were in circulation in the UK

The Bank of England announced today (21) that banknotes bearing the portrait of King Charles III will enter circulation in the United Kingdom.

This Wednesday, the 21st, the Bank of England announced which date Banknotes bearing the portrait of King Charles III Circulation in the United Kingdom.

The portrait of the current monarch will appear on the 5, 10, 20 and 50 pound notes and will circulate alongside the current notes featuring the late Queen Elizabeth II, CNN Brazil reports.

Image of a 50 pound note stamped with King Charles III – Disclosure/Bank of England


According to the Bank of England, Charles' new banknotes will be printed in lieu of depreciation. This approach, carried out at the request of the Royal Household, is intended Reduce financial and environmental impact Change.

Soon, the new currency notes will feature the 75-year-old king's portrait will roll out “very gradually”., the bank explained. More than a year after its design was released, notes Released on 5th June.

Long live the king

Charles III will ascend the throne in 2022, ending his 70-year reign Elizabeth IIHe was the second monarch to stamp English bank notes.

By the end of 2022, coins with the King's profile began to be issued for general circulation.


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