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Elizabeth II, 50 Pence (Suffragette) 2003 Piedfort Sterling Silver

In 2003 the Royal Mint honoured the 100th anniversary of the Suffragette Movement 1903-2003 with a special commemorative Fifty Pence Piece. The Fifty Pence is our most popular and most collected denomination. You have a Suffragette chained to a fence with a poster that reads ‘Give Women the Vote’. Despite a very popular denomination, the mintages are very low for this issue. They only made 6,267 in Sterling Silver Proof and 6,795 in Piedfort Sterling Silver. Each coin comes in a protective capsule that allows you to see both sides without having to handle the coins. One issue of the 50p coins that is overlooked by collectors and cataloguers.

Elizabeth II, 50 Pence (UK's Presidency of the EEC) 1992/3 Silver Proof Piedfort

In 1992-1993 Great Britain actually held the presidency of the European Union. But in 1992 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative 50 Pence to honour our Presidency, it was the older larger sized coin. On the obverse, you have The Queen and on the reverse a table with 12 stars one for each member at the time. Here we offer the Sterling Silver Piedfort (double thickness coins). All coins are gleaming Proof condition and come in a protective capsule. No matter how you voted on the referendum we were still Presidents...
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Elizabeth II, 50 Pence 2006 Proof Sterling Silver

In 2006 the Royal Mint issued a special Proof Set, not only were the denominations struck in Proof but they were Sterling Silver Proofs. We have obtained between 11 and 19 pieces of each of these 50 pence coins, which we now offer you now. You can now add it to your collection in beautiful Sterling Silver Proofs. This is one of the three most collected denominations and we only have a small quantity of each, so please do not miss out on this coin. It's shiny proof, it's sterling silver, and it can be yours...