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When Did the Pound Note Cease to Be Legal Tender?

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The pound notes ceased to be legal tender on 12th November 1984. This was after it had been used for more than 150 years. In 1986 the first two pounds coin was introduced to commemorate the 13th Commonwealth games that was in Scotland.
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The pound note was ceased to be legal tender in 1988.
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It was withdrawn in 1957. All Bank of England notes from which legal tender status has been withdrawn remain payable at face value forever at the Bank of England in London.
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According to BBC, the pound note ceased to be legal tender in England in 1988. However, Scottish or Northern Irish pound notes are still legal tender.
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The series D one pound note was discontinued in 1984 and removed from circulation on March 11, 1988, though still redeemable through banks. It was replaced by the one pound coin in1983
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