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i have had my undated 20p for few years now and i am thinking about selling it, is this a good idea?

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Kevvydee28 Avatar
3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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Kevvydee28 Avatar
3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
how much is it worth?
#2
20p?
#3
Presumably you know its not a fake?
Selling it depends on your needs I guess and how desperate you need the money . The way I think is that say I had a coin worth £200, would I pay £200 for it, if the answer is no, then I would sell it.
#4
stiltsky
20p?


probably less as it has no date LoL
#5
Yes. eBay it. They make good money provided the market isn't flooded.
#6
things like this always increase in value over time but I recently sold a mule 5p for £27
#7
mikecollins
things like this always increase in value over time but I recently sold a mule 5p for £27
Not heard of the 5p mule
#8
fearghalg
Yes. eBay it. They make good money provided the market isn't flooded.

95 delivered - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152351098394
#9
ryanbower94
fearghalg
Yes. eBay it. They make good money provided the market isn't flooded.
95 delivered - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152351098394
Unfortunately there are so many fakes now. Also £95 is expensive, go for around £70 I believe usually
#10
I would put it in on auction to attract more buyers rather than a fixed price. You can always put a reserve on it. I recently sold x2 Royal Navy £2 coins. Made over £20 per coin. Started the auctions low to attract bidders. Good luck. Hope it sells well.
#11
ryanbower94
fearghalg
Yes. eBay it. They make good money provided the market isn't flooded.
95 delivered - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152351098394
Best to check the completed listings for a more accurate determination of what items sell for. Just because someone asks £95 doesn't mean they will get it, and as they have a best offer option they probably realise that too. Sold prices are around £50-£85
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=undated%20coin%2020p&LH_Complete=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684
#12
I've got one, they were going for £50 when I first got it so good to hear its gone up
#13
TheDobbus
mikecollins
things like this always increase in value over time but I recently sold a mule 5p for £27
Not heard of the 5p mule


its a coin with an error in my case a striking error. I didn't expect it to sell so quick. worth checking your change for these ;)
#14
This week £95 next month can be £195.
#15
I've had quite a few of these in the past. Didn't know there was anything special about them. Lol
#16
I sold one for £140ish about 8yrs ago on ebay
#17
Keep it and watch the price till you see a rise, then sell it. After all you paid 20p for it whatever it makes is a bonus.

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