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YasudaSayo
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Will they replace it all even though they just produced all those new polymer notes? And soz if this is a bit morbid but her son (prince charles) is next in line and he's not exactly young lmao, so what, they're going to have to change the money another 2 times in the next 30 years or so? (Once when she dies and another when he dies)
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(Original post by YasudaSayo)
Will they replace it all even though they just produced all those new polymer notes? And soz if this is a bit morbid but her son (prince charles) is next in line and he's not exactly young lmao, so what, they're going to have to change the money another 2 times in the next 30 years or so? (Once when she dies and another when he dies)
Notes and coins are already in place, so any new ones from the dat she dies and Charles becomes King will have his profile. the rest just continues in circulation till gradually replaced.
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The new coins and notes will have me on there.
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Given the age of Charles.. if we still have paper money in 2040-2050, you could end up with 3 people on your money.. Elizabeth, Charles and William..
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