2016 UK Coin Fifty Pence (50p) Beatrix Potter Squirrel Nutkin Fifty Pence UNC

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2016 UK Coin Fifty Pence (50p) Beatrix Potter Squirrel Nutkin Fifty Pence UNC

The Royal Mint have released a series of coins to commemorate the life and works of Beatrix Potter. The other coins in the series feature Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck.

£9.00

Stock status
Available

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Obverse

Reverse

Coin Specification

The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin tells the story of a squirrel whose teasing nature costs him most of his tail. The story was published in August, 1903. The brilliant uncirculated coin comes in a colourful presentation folder.

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The obverse shows the new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, by Jody Clark.

The reverse shows Squirrel Nutkin. It was designed by the Royal Mint engraver, Emma Noble, who has designed the other coins in the series. The silver proof version of the coin is coloured, whereas the uncirculated coin is not.

Diameter 27.30 mm
Weight 8 g
Denmoination Fifty Pence
Alloy Cupro-nickel
Manufacturer Royal Mint
Mintage  TBC