King Charles III: Palace publishes official monogram

Buckingham Palace bears the official monogram of the new monarch, King Charles III.

King Charles III: Palace publishes official monogram

Buckingham Palace bears the official monogram of the new monarch, King Charles III. (73), presented. The character, known as "cypher" in English, will in future be used by all government agencies on government documents and will also appear on newly installed mailboxes. According to British media reports, Charles chose his monogram from a series of designs created for him by the Collage of Art.

The monogram consists of a "C" for Charles and an "R" for Rex, the Latin word for king. Inside the letters is the Latin numeral III. pictured as a sign for the third English king named Charles. The British crown is enthroned above the letters and the number. The monogram was published in black and white and in color. In the latter variant, the characters are in gold, the crown is also in gold with a red border and multicolored precious stones.

The lettering replaces the Queen's famous "EIIR". This Tuesday, September 27th, the post office at Buckingham Palace plans to send out the first letter with the new monogram. As the Bank of England also announced, the first banknotes, which King Charles III. demonstrate. The picture of the monarch, which is shown there next to the monogram, is to be unveiled later this year.

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