The Bank of England has said the withdrawal rates of the notes, which feature Charles Darwin, is “broadly as expected” ahead of the cut off point on 1 March.
On that date, the paper £10 will cease to be legal tender and will be completely replaced by the polymer version, which features Jane Austen.
Anyone with older notes beyond that date will still be able to exchange them at the Bank of England.
The polymer version was launched in September.
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According to the latest figures, the value of paper £10 notes in circulation is around £2.182bn or roughly 27%.
Weekly returns of the paper tenners currently average around £85m.