This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Cost to tax payer for a font and logo'.

John Anderson 
Information Access Team 
via email to: 
Communications Directorate 
020 3461 4878 
020 3461 5460 
5 April 2022 
Please quote ref.  CAS-42655-B4B2D5 
on all correspondence 
Dear John Anderson 
Thank you for your email dated 3 March in which you ask for access to the following 
under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘FoI Act’): 
‘On 3rd March 2022 you announced the following: 
How much did this work to create a new 'visual identity' cost?’ 

I can confirm that the Bank of England (the ‘Bank’) holds information within the scope of 
your request. 
You may like to be aware that on 5 April the Bank disclosed information relating to the 
costs of launching the Bank's visual identity. This information can be viewed at:
Yours sincerely 
Heena Rabadia 
Information Access Team 
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