The British 50 pence coin from 1969 is worth between U.S. $1.50 and $5.00 depending its condition. Over 188 million of the coins were minted, so they are not particularly rare. The copper and nickel of which the coin is made also have little intrinsic value.
The 1969 50 pence coin has an unusual heptagon shape with rounded corners. It features a bust of the young Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the female figure of Britannia with a lion and a shield on the reverse. The 50 pence coin was first minted in 1969. It continues to be in circulation as of 2014, though it has undergone several design changes over the years.Learn More
According to UCoin.net, as of 2014 a 1950 Bundesrepublik Deutschland coin is worth anywhere from $0.10 to $20.00, depending on its condition, markings and value. For example, a Germany 1 pfennig 1950 coin with a Mintmark "J" - Hamburg on it is worth $0.14, while a Germany 1 1950 Mintmark "D" - Munich coin is valued at $18.34.Full Answer >
The 20 pence coin was first released on June 9, 1982, according to the Royal Mint. Approximately 66 million have been minted and are in existence, as of 2014.Full Answer >
Undated 20 pence coins can be sold to collectors, traded or sold in online marketplaces, or sold back to the London Mint Office. To sell a coin back to the London Mint office, the London Mint Office must have previously owned it.Full Answer >
According to the Royal Mint, the British 2-pence coin is currently made from copper-plated steel. When it was originally introduced in 1971, the composition was 97 percent copper, 2.5 percent zinc and 0.5 percent tin.Full Answer >