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Coins with the portrait of King Charles III are issued
Coins bearing the portrait of King Charles have been released and are expected to enter circulation in a few weeks.
As with previous British monarchs, and unlike Elisabeth, he does not wear a crown. King Charles approved his portrait on coins and was understood to be pleased with the likeness, writes the BBC.
The coins will be sold to collectors by The Royal Mint from early next week. The coin will be available for general use well before the end of the year, distributed on demand by banks, building societies and post offices.
Anne Jessopp, chief executive of The Royal Mint, said both coins of the late Queen Elizabeth and King Charles will be in circulation together for many years to come.
The name of the previous British monarchs is recorded in the Latin version. While in the case of Charles III, the opposite has happened.