The 50 Pence coin was first struck in 1969, two years before decimalization. In 2019 the Royal Mint, without a lot of fanfare, issued a special silver proof 50 Pence to honour the 50th anniversary of the Fifty Pence piece. They issued just 1,979 of these 2019 Sterling Silver 50 Pence Piece. Each coin comes in the Royal Mint packaging with certicate and information brochure. These are the first that we have ever seen or offered for sale. We said there wasn’t a lot of fanfare and that was an understatement. Add one to your collection while you can, very limited number of these Special 2019 Sterling Silver Proof 50 pence’s are available.
2004 Silver Proof 50p commemorative of the 50th anniversary of the achievement of Sir Roger Gilbert Bannister, an English middle-distance athlete, and neurologist, who ran a mile under 4 minutes, a feat once thought to be impossible.
Issued by the Royal Mint in 2017 this is a coloured 50 Pence struck in Proof Sterling Silver depicting Mr. Jeremy Fisher – the frog. Complete with the Royal Mint packaging, certificate, and information booklet just as issued. In fact, the Royal Mint issued it at £72.50! Reduced to £60.00. Add one to your collection not at the Royal Mint issue price, but at Coincraft’s Special Collector price of just £49.50. That’s right, you save £23.00 on the Official issue price because you are a Coincraft Collector! Aren’t you glad to be one?
Issued by the Royal Mint in 2018 this is a coloured 50 Pence struck in Proof Sterling Silver depicting Peter Rabbit. Complete with the Royal Mint packaging, certificate and information booklet just as issued. In fact, the Royal Mint issued it at £72.50! Reduced to £60.00. Add one to your collection not at the Royal Mint issue price, but at Coincraft’s Special Collector price of just £49.50. That’s right you save £23.00 on the Official issue price, because you are a Coincraft Collector and aren’t you glad you are.
The Royal Mint, as part of their Beatrix Potter series in 2017, issued this coloured Sterling Silver Proof 50p to honour Benjamin Bunny. Benjamin is dressed up in a blue hat with red flowers and is the full colour issue from the Mint. We believe that the original issue price was £74.50. This beautiful coin is complete in the original Royal Mint case with all the packaging including a certificate and information booklet. Great for collectors of British coins or for a grandchild who is reading the books. We made a good buy, so you make a good buy. We do believe that they were originally sold for £74.50 but our price for brand new coins in their original case and packaging is just £49.50. Supplies are limited and you save a bunch!