Eight days ago, the new Bank of England £10 note was released. It’s made of polymer and is the first British banknote to include raised dots for easy identification by the visually impaired. One side features the Queen and a golden Winchester Cathedral with a silver pound sign beneath it and a quill, which changes in colour from purple to orange when the banknote is flexed. The other side depicts Jane Austen with the Pride and Prejudice quote: “I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading!”. Winchester Cathedral, where Jane Austen is buried, shines through silver on this side and the pound sign is back-to-front in gold.