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King Charles III appears on the first banknotes released by the Bank of England.

Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the Bank of England has released its first banknotes showing King Charles III.

The notes will progressively replace those with Charles’s late mother, who first appeared on paper money in 1960, once they go into circulation in mid-2024.

The Bank of England releases the first banknotes with a portrait of King Charles.

The Royal Mint, which creates the coins for the UK, has previously unveiled its money bearing a sculpture of the King by Martin Jennings.

The Bank of England releases the first banknotes with a portrait of King Charles.

The Queen’s portrait appears on 27 billion coins now in use, and when they deteriorate over time, new ones will be issued.

The brand-new 50p King Charles coins are currently in use.

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