Issue date: 2020
Quantity minted: Unknown
Circulated average condition: 75p
Circulated excellent condition: £3.00
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The message “‘Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations” together with the Brexit date of 31st January 2020. Designed by Sajid Javid.
Queen Elizabeth II portrait by Jody Clark.
More about the Brexit 50p
Issued to commemorate the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union which took place on the 31 January 2020.
The withdrawal serves as culmination of a period in British history kicked off by a referendum on 23 June 2016 which was followed by the country triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty on 29 March 2017.
Designed by Sajid Javid who was Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time the coin was released.
The Brexit 50p isn’t the only coin featuring Britain’s relationship with the European Union.
1973 European Economic Community 50p
After almost a decade of debate Britain joined the EU, which was then known as the EEC (European Economic Community). The Royal Mint issued the first ever commemorative 50p to mark the partnership.
1992/3 European Council Presidency 50p
In 1992/3 the UK celebrated its presidency of the European Council of Ministers, and the completion of the Single Market. The design by Mary Milner Dickens depicts a conference table from above surrounded by the 12 chairs for the Council of Ministers.
This is the rarest 50p to ever enter circulation, with a mintage of only 109,000.
1998 UK Entry to the EEC 25th Anniversary 50p
Issued to commemorate 25 years since the UK joined the EEC. This European Union inspired 50p coin was the first modern sized commemorative 50p to be issued following the specification change in 1997. The coin shows 12 stars to represent the 12 ministers and was designed by John Mills, having a circulating mintage of 5,043,000.
We currently have 0x surplus Brexit 50p coins for sale.
Condition = Circulated Excellent
Price = £3.00 each
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I have it
I have one as well
I have £8 worth never used
I have 2 of these
I don’t know how to tell if it’s circulated or uncirculated?
Circulated means you got it in change, it has been through pockets, cash tills etc. Uncirculated would be untouched, straight from the mint.
I have one also
I have 2 of these, I see people are selling online for thousands, is that right?
No, that’s chancers on ebay hoping some idiot will come along and pay their super inflated price.
I have one
I have 1. Circulated. Make me an offer
I have this anyone want to buy contact me
I have a circulated one
I have a brexit one and Paddington at the tower
I have one
I have one too, if anyone is interested
I have one. Such a nice thing to keep.
Why are people selling these for thousands???
Chancers on eBay hoping some idiot comes along and believes the ridiculous prices.
I have two unopened bags from the bank £20 worth my advise hang on until the mint releases the mintage
I have uncirculated
Gave mine away the minute I had it the other day. Nothing to commemorate about this event.
I have one are they worth anything
Approximate values are shown at the top of the page (next to the big coin image)