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King's portrait is cheaper than a new dartboard

At the cost of £8m, public buildings can request a copy of the picture to cover up any embarrassing stains or cut out a draft. The most popular use has been as something to scare the kids with.

One publican said: 'Once we'd finished with it as a dartboard, we used the perforated remains as a sieve.' Those who like gardening can use the monarch to repair a fence panel, become a bird box or kindling.

Remarked one loyal subject: 'It's about respecting the institution - which is why I have fifty eight Queen Elizabeths boarding my loft.'

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