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20 pence piece with no date how much i have 4

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i work on a market stall and sum guy asked to change 20 pound s worth of 20 p s of notes , i checked through them and there was 4 with out a date on them, how much are they worth????? Read More
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
i work on a market stall and sum guy asked to change 20 pound s worth of 20 p s of notes , i checked through them and there was 4 with out a date on them, how much are they worth?????
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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20p..
#2
£50 each (ish) on ebay
#3
it depends... there was a spate a while back where people thought they were worth loads ( 100's )

do you coins have no date WHATSOEVER??? if so then yes they are collectors.. as there was a mishap in the print process.. the new ones have the date on the opposite side to normal ..
#4
no date at all
#5
plenty on ebay fetching a good price.
#6
leemole101
£50 each (ish) on ebay

Anywhere between 70 and 100 these days.

Nice bit of luck op.

Edited By: greg_68 on Sep 09, 2010 20:57: .
#7
I got one a few weeks back from tesco self service, the general advice was avoid ebay as its too easy to get scammed by a SNAD dispute.
#8
take them to the bank and they supposedly give you £50 a piece.. easy £200 ! if you don't wanna hassle with fleabay
#9
good point, how would you prove what you sent?
suspended#10
Just reading online that the london mint are now paying £100 a coin as they have only collected 720 of the ones in circulation

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/birmingham-named-undated-20p-coins-hotspot-2075155.html
#11
if they are worth that much then its worth driving/getting the train to where they live!
#12
Item 330470540261 on ebay
#13
The firm said today that it had bought 720 of them since June last year, with the highest number coming from people in Birmingham, followed by those in Liverpool, Manchester and London.

Oooo i outta keep my eyes peeled for some.
#14
just e mailed local coin collecter am getting £500 for the 4 of them . meeting him tomorrow
banned#15
I need a value on a coin I have.
#16
take someone BIG with you incase he rips you off :)
#17
yozzman1234
just e mailed local coin collecter am getting £500 for the 4 of them . meeting him tomorrow


Thats unreal. Where's my luck :-(
#18
Hope he pays you in 20p's you might get some more :)
banned#19
why were you looking at the date on a 20p oO
#20
harlzter
Item 330470540261 on ebay


Item 130423296973 didn't sell ... surprising. I wonder how much he got hit for in insertion fees .. hehe.

Edited By: TUSSFC on Sep 09, 2010 21:59: edit
#21
ryman1000
why were you looking at the date on a 20p oO

there was a couple of thousand coins printed with no dates on by mistake - the Royal Mint is trying to claw them all back - as they are wrong ! therefore worth quite abit of money
#22
all ways check them since the mint released hundreds of thousands of them ,some with no dates and some with the date the wrong side, just got lucky ,
i would not of sold them on ebay , it cant be trusted ,thats why no one buys them from ebay , it wont turn up after paying for it!!!! dont no wheather to keep them now could double in price in a few years

Edited By: yozzman1234 on Sep 09, 2010 22:06: added
#23
Just had my form from London Mint to sell for £100
#24
TUSSFC
harlzter
Item 330470540261 on ebay
Item 130423296973 didn't sell ... surprising. I wonder how much he got hit for in insertion fees .. hehe.
13 offers of which the highest declined was £36,000
#25
Jumpingphil
I think you will find that that is "The London Mint" company that is not related to "The Royal Mint" and they are just trying to make a fast buck.

Still £100 for something with a face value of 20p and which only cost me 20p I'm in, mines still sat in my wallet so going before I accidentally spend it.
#26
Dont sell them. If they are already worth £100 they'll be worth well into the thousands in a few years time. Nice little nest egg.
#27
hi i have on e could anyone ppossibly give my e mail to a buyer thanks i have one genuine undated on both sides c20 pence coin
#28
Regarding coins.

If you do want to keep one, keep it in the best condition you can, because the different between condition is huge. And if the coin is worth 4k and it's mint you'll get 8k for it etc.
#29
faisal19995
hi i have on e could anyone ppossibly give my e mail to a buyer thanks i have one genuine undated on both sides c20 pence coin

I used the london mint http://undated20p.com/ got my cheque for £100 this week.
#30
If the mint wants them these gonna be worth a lot.
#31
Wotwot123
If the mint wants them these gonna be worth a lot.

The London Mint and Royal Mint are not connected in anyway, I am guessing the London Mint plan on getting as many as they can and taking them out of circulation for a while to drive prices up due to them being harder to get, then give it a few years before slowly releasing them to buyers at a new inflated price,
#32
I have 9 of these undated 20 pence coins,all are genuine.I bought them for investment,I never believed for one moment that they would be worth very little.
What has to be considered is that it is a big mistake that cannot be rectified,the last time something like this happened was about 300+ years ago,a huge embarrasment for the Royal Mail,regarding these coins-the only way is UP.
#33
Can't really understand the fuss, why is it important that coins have a date on anyway.
#34
I bet there is loads of copies knocking about

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