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UK, currently in transition from paper to plastic. The new £20 is coming out, at least in England and Wales, in February 2020, and I think the new £50 will follow the year after. Scotland and Northern Ireland might not follow exactly the same schedule, and I haven't heard anything about the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man changing over at all, yet.
Thanks for MHO
In the United States we have paper , now years ago one time they had silvercoin as a dollar bill but it didn't last so cause people was making a big sceneover it confusing for being silver Quarter coins. Yes i like the paper better.
Is there any plan that the US going to switch to polymer?
I don't know if it's cheaper than they may do so?
We’ve had polymer notes in Canada for several years now, with each denomination being a different colour. And we no longer have pennies either.
Singapore. Our $1 is a coin, $2, 5, 10 and 20(rare, for commemorative purposes only) are plastic/polymer, any notes of larger value than that are still plastic except a few commemorative ones.
"any notes of larger value than that are still plastic..." You mean paper?
paper, yup. Thanks for the correction.
I do notice sometimes I have either paper or polymer Singapore notes. Is there any plan they will switch to polymer fully?
no idea. Our older notes were all paper as well.By the way! great profile pic! you look awesome there.
Meaning they only print new notes in polymer? Or both still?And thank you! :)
new notes for $2,5,10 and $20 commemorative notes in polymercommemorative $10 and $50 notes are polymerthe rest are all paper
Thank for your response! I'm just curious as the US banknotes are still paper and I wonder if its the same elsewhere.
I am from the United States.Their's are made from paper.
No plan switching to polymer?
Not that I am aware of...(Sorry for the late reply, it had been a while since I logged in.😅)
I was wondering where were you actually :)
A lot was going on and it made it where I could not log in, but it's over now, I still feel pretty tired though.
Plastic/polymer. Australia. I think we were one of the first countries to have them.
Oh you're Australian? All this while I thought you were American lol!
Similar but different
UK, next month all will be plastic
Banknotes are made of paper in America.
I'm in the US the banknotes are paper
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