Jane Austen polymer £10 note enters circulation England
The new £10 note featuring novelist Jane Austen has entered circulation – marking a return of a woman in addition to the Queen on Bank of England notes. The launch comes after a four-month period when women, apart from the Queen, have not been represented on the Bank’s notes. The last was the £5 note more

Bank Of Jamaica To Call In One, 10, 25 Cent Coins Jamaica
Cabinet has approved a proposal to withdraw the one-cent, 10-cent and 25-cent coins from circulation. Information Minister Ruel Reid told a post-Cabinet press briefing today that the move is pursuant to the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Act. The Act stipulates that the BOJ shall have power, on giving three months’ notice in the Gazette, to more

New ₹100 Coins That Are Coming Soon India
The Rs. 100 coin will be 44 millimeter in diameter with a metal composition of silver (50 per cent), copper (40 per cent), nickel (5 per cent) and zinc (5 per cent). The Rs. 100 coins will be introduced to commemorate the occasion of Dr MG Ramachandran birth centenary. This was stated in a notification, more

The new £10 note will be issued on 14 September 2017 England
The new plastic Jane Austen tenner will come into circulation this Thursday, September 14 – meaning time’s nearly up for the old paper ones. The polymer note is the first British banknote with tactile information for blind and partially sighted people – and features author Jane Austen. Austen knocks Charles Darwin off his slot on more

Australia’s new $10 note in circulation on September 20 Australia
THE countdown has begun for Australia’s flashy new $10 note, which is set to come into circulation on September 20. The new banknote features two iconic Australian writers, Dame Mary Gilmore and AB ‘Banjo’ Paterson, and has similar features to the updated $5 note released last year. The new note will have a rolling colour more