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Convert your leftover current Bank of England banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from the United Kingdom.
All current Bank of England banknotes are made of polymer plastic. The old paper Pound Sterling banknotes are no longer legal tender since September 2022, when the paper £20 and £50 notes were the last ones to be replaced by polymer Bank of England bills.
We change these modern Bank of England notes free of charge. We also give cash for withdrawn paper Bank of England banknotes, Pound Sterling coins and predecimal and withdrawn Pound Sterling coins.
Do you have current Bank of England banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your British Pounds. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
Bank of England 5 Pounds Sterling polymer banknote (Winston Churchill)This polymer £5 note depicting the Queen and Winston Churchill is the first banknote from the Bank of England to be made from polymer. It entered circulation in September 2016, replacing the larger paper five pound note that ceased to be legal tender from May 2017. The new polymer fiver is cleaner, more hygienic, and … ContinuedYou get: £4.750001 GBP = £0.9500000000
Bank of England 10 Pounds Sterling polymer banknote (Jane Austen)The new polymer £10 pound banknote from the Bank of England features English novelist Jane Austen. Elements on the brown coloured banknote include the Cathedral of Winchester, a writing quill, the building of the Bank of England in London and Jane Austen at her writing table. On the obverse side is a portrait of Queen … ContinuedYou get: £9.500001 GBP = £0.9500000000
Bank of England 20 Pounds Sterling polymer banknote (JMW Turner)The new £20 bill was the Bank of England’s third polymer banknote. On the front is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth next to the Bank of England’s headquarters in Threadneedle Street London. The lighthouse on the twenty pounds note is Margate Lighthouse. The back side features Romantic painter JMW Turner and his iconic painting The … ContinuedYou get: £19.000001 GBP = £0.9500000000
Bank of England 50 Pounds Sterling polymer banknote (Alan Turing)The polymer £50 bill was the fourth and latest banknote issued by the Bank of England in the new polymer banknotes series. The red-coloured £50 Bank of England Pound Sterling note features Alan Turing, mathematician and computer scientist who played a crucial role in cracking intercepted coded enemy messages during WWII. The front of the … ContinuedYou get: £47.500001 GBP = £0.9500000000