Benjamin Bunny 50p
Issue date: 2017
Quantity minted: 25,000,000
Circulated average condition: 50p
Circulated excellent condition: £2.00
1 in stock
Large Benjamin Bunny character dressed in his little brown jacket and over-sized Tam o’ Shanter, with wording to the outside. Designed by Emma Noble.
Queen Elizabeth II portrait by Jody Clark.
More about the Benjamin Bunny 50p
This special edition 50p coin was issued in 2017 to celebrate one of Beatrix Potter’s much loved characters. Benjamin Bunny’s story is a sequel to ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’. The story sees Benjamin join forces with his cousin Peter to venture into Mr. McGregor’s garden and retrieve the clothes Peter lost in his first adventure. The intrepid rabbits escape a near miss with the farm cat and receive a firm lesson from Mr Benjamin Bouncer for their trouble.
Beatrix Potter lived from 1866 to 1943 and was the artist behind some of the best-loved characters in children’s literature.
This is one of the four Beatrix Potter 50p coins released in 2017.
We currently have 1x surplus Benjamin Bunny 50p coins for sale.
Condition = Circulated Excellent
Price = £2.00 each
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I have one of these it’s amazing coin
Agreed. It’s one of the best designs. My favourite of all is the Isaac Newton 50p.
I have benjamin bunny
me too who wants it
If it’s for sale you should say how much you want for it and what condition it’s in?
I have two Benjamin bunny coins, £40 for both.. Who wants them or who ever can make me a better offer can have them!
how much is it worth?
Approx values are shown at the top of the page (under the big coin image). It all depends what condition your coin is in.
I Have two off these 50p coins
I have have one coin
How can you sell one of these?
Try ebay or tell us the condition and how much you want for it on here.
I have a 2017 Benjamin bunny coin,how do i know its value?
Look at the top of the page (next to the big coin image). What yours is worth will depend what condition the coin is in.
How much is a mint Benjamin Bunny 50p coin worth please?
Careful using the word mint to describe coins. Is it uncirculated (mint) or has it been in circulation (found in your change)?