The Beatrix Potter 50p coins are the clear favourites among Change Checkers

We recently asked you to pick your favourite 2016 Coin design and there is a clear winner…

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The Beatrix Potter 50p Series was the clear winner of our poll

Nearly 45% of you have voted for The Beatrix Potter 50p Series as your favourite.

Beatrix Potter wrote and illustrated more than 20 children’s books starring characters such as Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle-Duck and Benjamin Bunny. Her charming stories have captured the imagination of children for generations and earned her status as a national treasure.

We can see why they’re so popular

The Beatrix Potter 50p Series: Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and Squirrel Nutkin

The Beatrix Potter 50p Series: Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and Squirrel Nutkin

Never has a female literary figure been commemorated on a UK coin, so all five Beatrix Potter 50ps are sure to be in high demand once they finally make it into circulation.


When you do find a Beatrix Potter 50p…

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8 Responses to The Beatrix Potter 50p coins are the clear favourites among Change Checkers

  1. Jessica Barnes says:

    Iv a 50p peter rabbit coin just the normal one is it worth anything

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  2. The asking price has nothing to go with its worth no one will buy it at that price.

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  3. Sandra Ashenden says:

    Hi, are the Jemima Puddleduck 50p out in circulation yet as I havnt seen any or heard of anybody owning one? Thanks 😊

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  4. Cerith says:

    Any one now we’re to sell these coins

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  5. Vera says:

    Hi,
    I am wondering why Peter Rabbit silver 50p coin is getting so expensive on ebay. The same number of silver Jemima Puddleduck 50p was issued (15,000), but what is doing Petter Rabbit silver 50p so special?

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