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What ‘NOT’ To Do With Your Paper Bank Notes As The Queen Has Departed

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Unless you are living under a rock of some sort you will know that the person whose head adorned the paper bank notes for the last seventy years has passed on. Yes Queen Elizabeth II is no more and as a result the present currency otherwise refered to as legal tender will cease to be valid at midnight tonight. So what do you do with those notes you’ve got in your piggy bank, in your briefcase or hidden under your pillow? Take them to the nearest bank and exchange them. For goodness sake do not tear them, burn them or for those with a flare for the dramatic, don’t eat them.



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