Last night at the debate, the GOP candidates were asked which woman they would place on the $10 bill that is up for a redesign in the coming years. While several candidates went with Rosa Parks, Jeb Bush raised eyebrows when he said he would put Margaret Thatcher on the bill. Now, the Margaret Thatcher Centre, a British organization aiming to build a museum honoring the late PM, is able to make Bush's dream a reality: they're selling commemorative $10 bills with Thatcher's picture.
Just don't try to spend it, though:
The $10 bill with Margaret Thatcher’s portrait on it is NOT legal tender in the United States or any other jurisdiction or territory in the world. It a commemorative souvenir inspired by Jeb Bush’s proposal during the GOP presidential debate on September 16th, 2015 that Margaret Thatcher should appear on the $10 bill
Thatcherites and Anglophiles, now's your chance!