Rarest 50p Coin That Could Be In Your Wallet And It’s Worth Hundreds


Many of us use cash everyday in stores, but sometimes you can donate coins that could be worth a lot more.

Sometimes rare 50ps can sell for hundreds due to their rarity and unusual typing errors.

And recently a rare 50p sold for £ 250 on eBay and you might be able to have one in your wallet or purse.

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Kew Gardens are the rarest of all, where there are only 210,000, reports The Sun.

On the back, it features an image of the Chinese pagoda that sits at the heart of the London attraction the room is named after.

We often see this particular styled coin selling for hundreds of pounds on eBay, so it’s no strange feat, and this particular coin has managed to grab the attention of 28 auctions.

These were placed in a short span of just one day, although the offers started at £ 90 initially.

It’s always worth having a gun through your own currency to spot unique designs – if you find one you could make a lot of money on eBay for it.



The rare piece was made to celebrate the 250 years of Kew Gardens

The Kew Gardens 50p, like other commemorative style coins, typically sell for hundreds of pounds, so you can definitely make a mint.

Even the strange typo is also arousing interest.

They will all generally be produced in small numbers, so demand from collectors is high.

If you look at other listings on eBay, you will be able to determine how much your own change could earn you.

But you should also always keep in mind that on eBay a buyer can opt out, which means the part will not have sold for the price listed.

Also beware of fakes, as they will appear online a lot.

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