A new specially engraved £5 worth a staggering £50,000 has entered circulation - with the first one already spent in a cafe.
One of four of the new plastic notes engraved with a Jane Austen portrait was revealed to be spent in a cafe in Wales last week.
It could well have been handed out to visitors of the South Wales Square cafe already.
One note each has been spent in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and now the Square Cafe in Blackwood, Wales.
There is no word yet on where they have been spent other than in the Welsh location.
Micro engraver Graham Short, from Birmingham, was commissioned to etch a microscopic image of Austen's portrait onto four of the new polymer notes.
Some Bank of England notes will also have a classic literary engraving of Emma, Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park, which are all novels written by the 18th century writer.
The images measure just 5mm and are produced as the 200th anniversary of the writer's death arrives.
Mr Short said: "I'm always looking to do something different and as soon as I saw the new £5 note I thought 'wouldn't it be good if I could engrave something on it?'"
The 70-year-old artist added: "I didn't know what but then I found out it was going to be the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death and her image is also going on the new £10 note, so it ties in nicely with that."
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