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Are The Banks Still Giving £50 For An Undated 20p?

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I found one today. No date anywhere on the coin & the new design on the front. Will be made up if it's the one the banks are recalling!
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I found one today. No date anywhere on the coin & the new design on the front.

Will be made up if it's the one the banks are recalling!
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
you will get much more on ebay, just give th bank a phone on monday and check
suspended#2
Your best choice is Ebay, at the start they was selling for hundreds of pounds
#3
it was never the banks, it was the treasury i would imagine...id keep hold of it as it will be worth more believe me.
#4
Thanks for the replies so far.

Checked ebay earlier & the average selling price is about £80 but with fees & all the hassles that go with it, don't think I can be bothered with it!

May keep hold of it though...not thought that far in advance!
#5
yeah its royal mint were paying £50 but you had to register with them. not sure if you still can. check their site x
#6
beatrixkiddo79
Thanks for the replies so far.

Checked ebay earlier & the average selling price is about £80 but with fees & all the hassles that go with it, don't think I can be bothered with it!

May keep hold of it though...not thought that far in advance!


I seen some selling for thousands millions?
#7
Keep it, think of it as a long term investment. There are so so so few undated coins of any era about. It's going to be worth a lot more in the future.

Oh, and it was the London Mint that was buying them, a private company, not to be confused with the Royal Mint, who makes the money.
#8
Some people are being stupid and selling their undated tail side 20p coins ALL new 20p coins have no date on the tail side!
#9
Met-Cast
Some people are being stupid and selling their undated tail side 20p coins ALL new 20p coins have no date on the tail side!


not sure they are so stupid, its the ones buying them that are stupid lol
#10
Met-Cast
Some people are being stupid and selling their undated tail side 20p coins ALL new 20p coins have no date on the tail side!


Don't knock it, this ones for sale at £5 for normal 20p coin :w00t:

200388146396

p.s proper ones seem to be going for around £70.
#11
weekellso;6410820
yeah its royal mint were paying £50 but you had to register with them. not sure if you still can. check their site x


No, it was the "london mint office" basically, this is a company who have decided to buy up all of the coins for £50 each.

Once they have the majority of the coins out there they have control of how much one goes for, rather than there being 200,000 out there at £50 each they can limit supply to collectors and charge extra.

So in a few years they might be charging £100 for one of these coins. . .
#12
i dont really see how they are so valuable anyway
#13
cribert;6410885
i dont really see how they are so valuable anyway


Supply and demand :thumbsup:
#14
Why does a coin need a date on it?
#15
Titchimp
Supply and demand :thumbsup:


its not exactly cool though is it:?

oh look what ive got an undated coin

would much rather have some sort of gadget
#16
greg_68
Why does a coin need a date on it?


good point!
#17
show us a pic, i have never seen one :)
#18
greg_68
Don't knock it, this ones for sale at £5 for normal 20p coin :w00t:

200388146396

p.s proper ones seem to be going for around £70.


Went for £7.75 total, they are giong to feel like a right dufus when they show their mates, "look what I got on ebay", yeah I got loads of them ...lol
#19
new 50p has had britannia removed and a new sponsorship deal
http://www.haku.co.uk/b3ta/50p.jpg
#20
check this out, who in thier right mind would pay this? idiot.
180389137032 on the bay.:thinking:
#21
lukekey
check this out, who in thier right mind would pay this? idiot.
180389137032 on the bay.:thinking:


555 people have viewed that page :w00t: They've had 6 offers for it aswell, wonder how much they offered?

Thanks for the info guys, I'm going to hang onto it for a while. As someone else posted earlier, it was the banks buying them back for £50 it was a coin collecting company in London. Basically, offering £50 for each one so in a couple of years could sell them on for a profit.

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