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Quote from: andyg on December 26, 2016, 12:38:50 AMThe 6 months cut off is presumably the date after which you'll no longer be able to use them in shops..... There is usually a longer date in which to change them at banks.
Quote from: augsburger on December 26, 2016, 08:43:09 AMIn some Euro countries I believe you can still exchange coins.
Quote from: andyg on December 26, 2016, 11:01:33 AMhttp://www.royalmint.com/help/help/how-can-i-dispose-of-demonetised-coins
Quote from: chrisild on December 26, 2016, 11:13:25 AMRight, in Slovenia you can take your time ... until the end of this week. In Spain the period ends in 2020. Austria, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, and Lithuania have unlimited redemption periods for pre-euro coins. But I guess such periods are longer (or unlimited) because it is not just one denomination that is taken out of circulation. And judging from the link that Andy posted, the BoE does not provide such a redemption service for coins at all. If the Royal Mint does not do it either, well ...Christian
Quote from: <k> on December 25, 2016, 03:23:24 PMThe article above has been embargoed until 1 Jan 2017."This article was taken down on 25 December 2016 due to it having broken an embargo. The article will be republished at 00.01 on 1 January 2017."Try this instead: http://newstimes.ddns.net/news/new-12-sided-1-coin-to-enter-circulation-on-28-march?uid=29152
Quote from: FosseWay on December 26, 2016, 12:40:04 PMIn those countries, is it only the coins that were in use immediately before the introduction of the euro that are covered by the indefinite redemption?
Quote from: Bimat on January 01, 2017, 01:26:11 PMDefinitive BU set for £30, Annual BU coin set (with commemorative coins included) for £55. I'm not even looking at prices of proof sets now! Aditya