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| Dale Republic Pound |
|Official users|| Dale Republic|
|Pegged to||0.10 GBP|
|Banknotes||£1, £2, £5, £10, £20, £50, £100, £200, £500|
|Central bank||Dale Central Bank|
|Printer||Dale Central Bank|
The Dale Republic Pound, previously the Dale Empire Pound or Dale Pound was the Dale Empire's and Dale Republic's replacement for the Great british Pound the original currency of the country. It was introduced as the countries national currency at the end of august 2011 by the former monarch King Danny Clarke I.
The notes of the Dale Pound do not contain the faces of any people but instead the emblem of Dale City and the previous coat of arms of the Dale Empire and were designed by the King of the Dale Empire. The coins of the Dale Empire pound are set to the same numbers as the Great British Pound excluding the 2 pound note and the notes of the Dale Empire Pound are set to the Euro numbers excluding the 2 pound note, the 2 pound is a note because of Italy, Greece and other european nations who have requested that the 1 and 2 euros are notes rather than coins this was rejected by the European Central Bank because of the increased cost to produce.
The Dale Emprie Pound when introduced September 1st 2011 will be pegged at a 20p exchange rate however on january 1st this will be halved to a 10p exchange rate with the introduction of the First Dale Exchange exchanging Dale Pounds for other currency. On the 17th is was quietly decided to drop all Dale Empire Pound coins and make a £1 Note as a replacement of the coin. The National Bank of the Dale Empire was also renamed the Dale Central Bank to remove the last of the empire in the Dale Republic. On the 1st January 2012 the Dale Republic pound a replacement of the Dale Empire Pound was introduced in the Dale Republic officially, however the Dale Empire Pound is still valid in all users of the currency with the currency officially becoming invalid for use in 2016.
Dale Republic Pound Notes(2012)
Dale Empire Pound Notes(2011)
|£2||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Black|
|£5||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Grey|
|£10||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Orange|
|£20||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Blue|
|£50||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Red|
|£100||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Green|
|£200||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Yellow|
|£500||12 cm x 6.2 cm||Purple|
Confirmed Printed DEP/DRP
|Micronation||DEP Printed||DRP Printed||Total printed||# of £1000 printed|
|Federal Republic of Havnesgade-Amager||£0||£0||£0||0|
|Preceded by:||Currency of the Dale Republic||Succeded by:|
|Great British Pound||1 September 2011 - 26 october 2012||None|
|Preceded by:||Currency of Westsylvania||Succeded by:|
|United States dollar||1 September 2011 - Present||None|
|Preceded by:||Currency of the Kingdom of New Anglia||Succeded by:|
|Ginnie Sterling||1 Janaury 2012 - Present||None|
|Preceded by:||Currency of the Federal Republic of Havnesgade-Amager with Federal Dollar||Succeded by:|
|Federal Dollar||15 January 2012 - Present||Federal Dollar|
|Preceded by:||Currency of Burkland||Succeded by:|
|Burklandi State Credit||9 October 2011 - 5 January 2012||Zealandian Krona (DEP/DPR still accepted)|