Which is the rarest Olympic 50p?

Which is the rarest Olympic 50p?

Top 10 most valuable 50p coins

  • Olympic Football (2011), 1,161,500.
  • Olympic Judo (2011), 1,161,500.
  • Olympic Triathlon (2011), 1,163,500.
  • Peter Rabbit (2018), 1,400,000.
  • Flopsy Bunny (2018), 1,400,000.
  • Olympic Tennis (2011), 1,454,000.
  • Olympic Goalball (2011), 1,615,500.
  • Olympic Shooting (2011), 1,656,500.

Are any of the Olympic 50p rare?

‘In the world of numismatics these 50p coins are extremely rare,’ said Mussell. ‘Anything with a mintage under 100,000 is very rare and anything that is rare is going to be worth more money. ‘The circulated athletics 50p minted in advance of the games had a mintage of 2,224,000.

How much is the Olympic 50p collection worth?

How much is a full set of Olympic 50p coins worth? Most of the designs sell to collectors for between £1 and £2. (Values for each coin are show on this page). Some of the lower mintage coins, such as Football, Judo, Triathlon and Wrestling can achieve £8 to £15.

What is the rarest special 50p?

The Royal Mint has revealed the most valuable 50p coin, ahead of the 1971 decimalisation’s golden anniversary. The rarest is the Kew’s Garden 50p, which was designed to mark the 250th anniversary of the gardens in 2009. Only 210,000 coins were ever minted with this design.

How many 50p Olympic coins are there to collect?

So, we’re challenging Change Checkers to hunt down the Olympic 50ps to see if you can complete a collection of all 29 coins.

How rare is a Sherlock Holmes 50p?

How rare is the Sherlock Holmes 50p? In short, the Sherlock Holmes 50p isn’t very rare. According to Change Checker the Sherlock Holmes 50p has a circulating mintage of 8,602,000. That’s means there are almost 8.4 million more knocking about than the official rarest 50p coin, the Kew Gardens 50p.

Is the Tom Kitten 50p worth anything?

FINDING a rare coin down the back of the sofa is exciting, but it could also leave you much better off. A collector’s edition of the Tom Kitten 50p coin recently sold for £89.95, but even a circulated one can be sold for almost eight times its face value.

Is a 1969 50p worth anything?

The Royal Mint puts 120m new 50p coins into circulation on 14 October 1969, which at the time was the biggest ever issue of a new coin – giving it almost zero rarity value. On eBay, 1969 50p coins can be bought for as little as 75p.