A £5 note engraved with a portrait of England footballer Harry Kane that could be worth up to £50,000 has gone into circulation in Merthyr Tydfil.
Engraver Graham Short made six of the notes after Kane scored six goals during the 2018 World Cup.
Mr Short spent the £5 in his birthplace in the hopes it will change the life of the person who finds it.
He's behind a series of sought-after Jane Austen-engraved fivers released in 2017, and has since created six new notes featuring the England captain.
The first note was spent in Meriden, a village between Coventry and Solihull that is roughly in the geographical centre of England.
Mr Short's tiny pieces of art have earned him a huge reputation among art fans.
A portrait of the Queen on the eye of a needle sold for more than £100,000, while his modification of four new fivers in December 2016 is thought to have increased their value by a factor of 10,000.
Commemorating 200 years since Austen's death, the project prompted a frenzied searching of wallets and purses after they were valued at £50,000 each.