Why Most U.K Money Will Still Feature Queen Elizabeth II for Years to Come | WSJ


Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait has been on U.K. currency since the early ‘60s. With Charles III now assuming the throne, WSJ speaks with former Royal Mint artist Jody Clark to understand the complicated process of designing a new coin and why an update will take a while.

Photo Illustration: Ryan Trefes

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