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The E-Sylum: Volume 20, Number 14, April 2, 2017, Article 23

ALL NEW £1 COINS RECALLED

As if the Bank of England's troubles with animal tallow on the new polymer banknotes weren't enough, now the Royal Mint has to recall the new pound coin. Thanks to Len Augsburger for forwarding this article from Royal Central. -Editor

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All new £1 coins are to be recalled following a request made by The Queen, who has asked that her head is to be featured on both sides of the new 12-sided coin.

Her Majesty is said to be ‘unhappy’ that despite being on the throne for 65 years, she still only appears on the reverse side of the coin.

All new £1 coins are to be recalled following a request made by The Queen, who has asked that her head is to be featured on both sides of the new 12-sided coin.

Her Majesty is said to be ‘unhappy’ that despite being on the throne for 65 years, she still only appears on the reverse side of the coin.

To read the complete article, see:
All new £1 coins recalled after The Queen requests that she features on both sides of the coin (http://royalcentral.co.uk/other/all-new-1-coins-recalled-after-the-queen-requests-that-she-features-on-both-sides-of-the-coin-79588)

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Wayne Homren, Editor

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