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June 09, 2005

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This page http://eh.net/hmit/ppowerbp/ suggests that £22 in 1697 was worth about £1,909.97 in 2002. Only a very rough guide, and only one way of calculating it, but it's better than nothing.

More calculators here: http://eh.net/hmit/

Fact that surprised me when I visited the museum: the Queen is the first monarch to have her image on the banknote.

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