Twenty 4,000,000 old-style £1 coins have been come back to the Royal Mint in the course of the most recent year.
In any case, that still leaves 145 million extraordinary – despite the fact that individuals have been not able spend them in shops since October 2017.
The round £1 coin was supplanted by the 12-sided adaptation to help take action against forging.
As per the Royal Mint, the round £1 coin can in any case be stored all things considered high-road banks.
The new £1 coin was presented on 28 March 2017, with one of every 30 of the old adaptation evaluated to be phony as indicated by the Royal Mint, an organization entirely possessed by the UK Treasury.
Media captionA brief history of decimal coins
There were about 1.7 billion round £1 coins available for use toward the beginning of the half year change period in March 2017.
A Royal Mint authority stated: “Our correspondences crusade energized the arrival of old £1 coins when legitimate delicate was evacuated.