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50 Pence Coin

The British Fifty Pence (50p) is a 7-sided coin that was introduced in October 1969 as part of the decimalisation of the British currency. It replaced the 10 shilling note, both being equivalent to half of one pound (£0.50). It was resized in 1997. There's about one billion 50p pieces in current circulation.


 Reverse1998 50 Pence Coin - EEC
Mintage: 5,043,000
 Reverse1998 50 Pence Coin - NHS
Mintage: 5,001,000
 Reverse2000 50 Pence Coin - Public Libraries
Mintage: 11,263,000
 Reverse2001 50 Pence Coin
Mintage: 84,998,500
 Reverse2003 50 Pence Coin - Suffragette
Mintage: 3,124,030
 Reverse2004 50 Pence Coin - Four-minute mile
Mintage: 9,032,500
 Reverse2005 50 Pence Coin - Johnsons Dictionary
Mintage: 17,649,000
 Reverse2006 50 Pence Coin - VC Medal
Mintage: 12,087,000
 Reverse2006 50 Pence Coin - VC Soldier
Mintage: 10,000,500
 Reverse2007 50 Pence Coin - Scouts
Mintage: 7,710,750
 Reverse2009 50 Pence Coin - Kew Gardens
Mintage: 210,000
 Reverse2010 50 Pence Coin - Girl Guides
Mintage: 7,410,090
 Reverse2011 50 Pence Coin - WWF
Mintage: 3,400,000
 Reverse2012 50 Pence Coin - Shield
Mintage: 32,300,030
 Reverse2013 50 Pence Coin - Benjamin Britten
Mintage: 5,300,000
 Reverse2013 50 Pence Coin - Christopher Ironside
Mintage: 7,000,000
 Reverse2014 50 Pence Coin - Glasgow Games
Mintage: 6,500,000
 Reverse2016 50 Pence Coin - Beatrix Potter Anniversary
Mintage: 6,900,000
 Reverse2016 Silver Proof 50 Pence - Squirrel Nutkin
Mintage: 15,000
 Reverse2017 Silver Proof 50 Pence - Peter Rabbit Colour
Mintage: 30,000
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