The Kew Gardens coin is without doubt one of the hottest to gather because it options the notorious Chinese language Pagoda.
Round 210,000 had been minted and launched into circulation making the design very uncommon again in 2009.
A duplicate of the coin was bought onto collectors after racking up a complete of 34 bids over the weekend on-line.
The vendor defined this one had been in circulation however was nonetheless in “nice situation”.
It began with an inventory of 99p and inside seven days it closed with the ultimate £161.55 sale on October 10.
Sometimes coin collectors are prepared to spend some huge cash on these kind of issues.
The coin was designed by Christopher Le Brun that exhibits the Kew Gardens pagoda with the dates 1759 and 2009.
It first entered circulation in 2009 by way of publish workplaces and banks throughout the UK.
The 50p is regarded as uncommon as there are just a few 1000’s, in comparison with a typical minting of round 5 million.
Based on the Royal Mint, round one in each 300 households within the UK might personal a Kew Gardens 50p.
The cash specialists at ChangeChecker named the coin as probably the most worthwhile 50p.
Those that bought the restricted version Kew Gardens 50p instantly from the Royal Mint £30 might promote it for a lot extra.
These days, the cash sometimes commerce for round £300 at this time, though it might go for a lot extra on eBay.
Beforehand the rare coin sold for £200 on eBay.
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And in different coin information, a rare Blue Peter 50p coin sold for a fortune on eBay.
It was minted in 2011 and launched into circulation with round 2.2 million round.
The coin, which options an athlete doing the excessive bounce, proved fashionable on eBay because it was bought for £286.
Together with this uncommon model, there have been 26 completely different designs launched to have fun the Olympic Video games held in London in 2012.