The British one pound (£1) coin is a denomination of the pound sterling. Its obverse has featured the profile of Queen Elizabeth II since the coin's introduction on 9 February 1983. Four different portraits of the Queen have been used, with the latest design by Jody Clark being introduced in 2015. The current standard reverse, featuring the Royal Shield, was introduced in 2008. In addition to the standard reverse one or two new designs are minted each year.

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  • The British one pound (£1) coin is a denomination of the pound sterling. Its obverse has featured the profile of Queen Elizabeth II since the coin's introduction on 9 February 1983. Four different portraits of the Queen have been used, with the latest design by Jody Clark being introduced in 2015. The current standard reverse, featuring the Royal Shield, was introduced in 2008. In addition to the standard reverse one or two new designs are minted each year. The coin was introduced on 21 April 1983 to replace the Bank of England £1 note which ceased to be issued at the end of 1984 and was removed from circulation on 11 March 1988, though still redeemable at the Bank's offices, like all English banknotes. One-pound notes continue to be issued in Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, and by the Royal Bank of Scotland, but the pound coin is much more widely used. As of March 2014 there were an estimated 1.55 billion £1 coins in circulation with an estimated face value of £1.55 billion. The Royal Mint estimated in 2014 that 3.04% were . The final round coins were minted in December 2015 with its replacement, a new 12-sided design, to be introduced from March 2017 onwards. The new coin is to be of a similar 12-sided shape to the pre-decimal brass threepence coin, have roughly the same size as the current £1 coin and will be bi-metallic like the current £2 coin. The new design is also intended to make more difficult, via an undisclosed hidden security feature, called 'iSIS' (Integrated Secure Identification Systems). (en)
  • La pièce de une livre sterling (one pound) a été mise en circulation le 21 avril 1983 à la suite de l'inflation. Cette pièce remplace le billet de 1 livre sterling, retiré de la circulation le 11 mars 1988 car il avait une durée de vie limitée. (fr)
  • La moneta da una sterlina (in inglese: one pound, £1) è una moneta della sterlina britannica, introdotta per la circolazione nel 1983. È composta da una lega di rame (70%), zinco (24,5%) e nichel (5,5%), pesa 9,5 grammi e ha un diametro di 22,5 millimetri. Le monete furono introdotte il 21 aprile 1983 per rimpiazzare le banconote da una sterlina della Bank of England, le quali cessarono di essere stampate verso la fine del 1984 e rimosse dalla circolazione (sebbene ancora cambiabili presso gli sportelli della Banca d'Inghilterra) l'11 marzo 1988. Le banconote da una sterlina vengono tuttora stampate da Jersey, Guernsey e dalla Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), sebbene le monete siano più usate. All'inizio venne dato il soprannome di "round pound" (in italiano "sterlina arrotondata" o "da arrotondamento"), ma questo termine non rimase nell'uso comune. Nel dicembre 2005 fu stimata una circolazione di monete da una sterlina pari a 1452 milioni di pezzi. (it)
  • Монета номиналом один фунт стерлингов — законное платёжное средство на всей территории Великобритании. Выпускается с 21 апреля 1983 года, имеет 22,5 мм в диаметре, 3,15 мм в толщину и весит 9,5 г. Состав монеты — медно-никелево-цинковый сплав (70 % — медь, 5,5 % никель, 24,5 % цинк). (ru)
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  • La pièce de une livre sterling (one pound) a été mise en circulation le 21 avril 1983 à la suite de l'inflation. Cette pièce remplace le billet de 1 livre sterling, retiré de la circulation le 11 mars 1988 car il avait une durée de vie limitée. (fr)
  • Монета номиналом один фунт стерлингов — законное платёжное средство на всей территории Великобритании. Выпускается с 21 апреля 1983 года, имеет 22,5 мм в диаметре, 3,15 мм в толщину и весит 9,5 г. Состав монеты — медно-никелево-цинковый сплав (70 % — медь, 5,5 % никель, 24,5 % цинк). (ru)
  • The British one pound (£1) coin is a denomination of the pound sterling. Its obverse has featured the profile of Queen Elizabeth II since the coin's introduction on 9 February 1983. Four different portraits of the Queen have been used, with the latest design by Jody Clark being introduced in 2015. The current standard reverse, featuring the Royal Shield, was introduced in 2008. In addition to the standard reverse one or two new designs are minted each year. (en)
  • La moneta da una sterlina (in inglese: one pound, £1) è una moneta della sterlina britannica, introdotta per la circolazione nel 1983. È composta da una lega di rame (70%), zinco (24,5%) e nichel (5,5%), pesa 9,5 grammi e ha un diametro di 22,5 millimetri. Nel dicembre 2005 fu stimata una circolazione di monete da una sterlina pari a 1452 milioni di pezzi. (it)
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  • One pound (British coin) (en)
  • Una sterlina (moneta britannica) (it)
  • Pièce britannique décimale d'une livre sterling (fr)
  • Один фунт стерлингов (монета) (ru)
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