Girl Guides 50p
Issue date: 2010
Quantity minted: 7,410,090
Circulated average condition: 50p
Circulated excellent condition: £2.00
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The trefoil Girlguiding logo which represents the threefold promise of the Guides. Designed by Jonathan Evans and Donna Hainan.
Queen Elizabeth II portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley.
More about the Girl Guides 50p
These special edition 50p coins were issued in 2010 to commemorate 100 years of the Girl Guiding movement.
Started in 1910 after a few determined girls turned up at the first Boy Scout Rally in 1909 asking for “something for the girls”. A few months later the Girl Guides was formed. 100 years on and Girlguiding UK is stronger than ever, totalling over 550,000 members in 2009. There were more than 10 million Guides around the world, giving girls opportunities they might not get elsewhere.
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I have this coin plus I’m in girlguiding!
I have this coin excellent condition,i saw 1 same as mine go for £800 the 50 pens celebrating 100years of girl guiding uk
You saw one “go for £800” or “for sale at £800”? An uncirculated one is worth £8 to £10 max.
50 p worth 50 p!!!Just face it!
Yah not gonna lie
How much are these worth
Approx values are shown at the top of the page – next to the big coin image. What yours is worth will very much depend on the condition.