Interestingly for tax forms, the fallback mapping for many Windows encodings
has Lira (₤) converting up to pound (£), cf.
There are some other interesting fallbacks there...
> Mark Davis wrote:
> > [...] A dollar sign with only one bar through the S, he said, is
> > used only by several South American currencies, and thus he is now
> > paid in full. [...]
> Notice to British and Irish Unicoders:
> U+00A3 (POUND SIGN) is a cursive "L" with *one* bar through it (cmp.
> http://charts.unicode.org/Web/U0080.html). U+20A4 (LIRA SIGN) is a cursive
> "L" with *two* bars through it (cmp.
> Please, watch out carefully your next tax form, and remember who posted
> _ Marco
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