The Bank of England has unveiled a new look for the British pound sterling banknote, which will feature the image of the UK’s new King Charles.
The image will be the only change to the current designs of the £5, £10, £20, and £50 notes. It will start trading in mid-2024.
The new notes will display the king’s portrait on the front and in the transparent security window.
Existing cards will continue to be accepted in stores after new cards are distributed.
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