England revised £10 banknote

The Bank of England has issued a revised design £10 banknote on the 7th November with similar changes which were applied to the £20 note last year. The most notable change is the addition on the reverse of the portrait of Charles Darwin which replaces that of Charles Dickens. The new note also includes a hologram applied to the centre on the obverse and a relocated segmented security thread which can now be seen on the reverse. The re-design is by Andrew Ward and is the first banknote designed

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