How England’s currency will change after Queen Elizabeth’s death
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King Charles IIIPortraits will soon be in the wallet.
after passing Queen Elizabeth IIThe Bank of England will print new banknotes featuring Charles, who became king after his mother died on September 8.For those wondering if your Queen Elizabeth notes will soon be a thing of the past, the Bank of England released a version It details how Her Majesty the Queen will be honoured through the national currency.
The late monarch has been featured on banknotes since 1960, after the UK Treasury allowed the Bank of England to use her likeness on currency in 1954.The Bank of England currently circulates £5 Winston Churchillfrom £10 Jane Austinfrom £20 JMW Turner and £50 Alan Turing Banknotes – A portrait of Charles will be added soon.
Read on to find out more about money in England after the Queen’s death.
How will currencies change after Queen Elizabeth’s death?
From 2024, the new banknotes will feature the portrait of King Charles III, but banknotes bearing the Queen’s portrait will remain valid.
Will King Charles III be on the pound?
Yes, a portrait of King Charles will be placed on the obverse of all banknotes, as well as the reverse of other iconic British characters. The Bank of England said “no further changes will be made to the design of the banknotes”.