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The King is presented with bank notes featuring his portrait

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The King is presented with bank notes featuring his portrait

The King is presented with bank notes featuring his portrait

The King welcomed Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey to Buckingham Palace, who presented him with the first bank notes featuring his portrait as monarch.

The portrait of His Majesty which appears on the notes is based on a portrait that was provided by the Palace to the Bank of England.

Report by Kennedyl.

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