No more round pounds: new coin for St Helena

Written by on January 7, 2019

British territories around the Atlantic Ocean are soon to begin minting their own versions of the 12-sides British pound coin, reports the Accountancy Daily website. St Helena and Ascension will add their own design to blank coins supplied by the Royal Mint, it says. The new coins will share space in the purse with Island coins featuring turtles, endemic plants and – on the two pence coin – donkeys. On St Helena, notices appeared in shops towards the end of 2018 announcing that British circular pound coins would no longer be accepted. 

Read the story here.

https://www.accountancydaily.co/12-sided-ps1-coin-rolls-out-overseas-territories


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