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Those colours on screen are accurate!
on 17 February 2011
I foolishly didn't take much notice of the odd colours on the play notes as the product was supposed to be an accurate representation (Bank of England endorsed). The product was intended for use with my autistic child who has an associated Learning Disability but is unsuitable because: Toy £10 is the colour of Real £20, Toy £5 is colour of Real £50 thankfully we no longer have £1 notes as the Toy £50 is green! The notes are small and only printed on one side so if they were the correct colour no-one could try and pass them off as real money so why the colour mix up? Like many people with a Learning Disability my child is a visual learner so this product is actually quite dangerous.
There are no £2 coins in this pack which was also dissapointing.