These five 50p coin designs could make you £3,000 Richer.These are the most expensive British Coins


Some years back, several coins were rendered worthless, but as we speak five 50p could earn you up to £3,000.These coins are in high demand here in UK and anyone owning the same will make a fortune.

WWF 50p

WWWF 50p was unveiled in 2011,and it is decorated with 50 animals,which include elephant,dolphin,frog,lion,fish and many others.

Coin Checker told Metro: “One coin which has seemed to unite favourable public opinion is the WWF 50p issued in 2011.

“The design by Matthew Dent features 50 individual icons which represent the various facets of the WWF with the famous Panda at the heart of it.”

The coin costs £200-plus


Kew Gardens 50p

Kew Gardens 50p coin was created to celebrate the 250th anniversary of London’s Kew Gardens. Only 210,000 of these 50ps were released.

The coin costs £50-£100…even more.


London 2012 Olympics 50p

London 2012 Olympics 50p was unveiled during the 2012 Olympics.

The Royal Mint released a 50p piece with 29 difference designs. They are scarce, even seeing one is next to impossibility.

If you have any of London 2012 Olympics 50p, you could earn up to £3,000 in eBay


The ‘Offside Rule’ 50p

This was another coin created as part of the London 2012 Olympics.

This piece of silver, which has the offside rule explained on it, commonly changes hands for £10


The EC Commemorative 50p

In 1992 The British Mint issued a commemorative coin to celebrate the British presidency of the council of Europe.

Only 109,000 coins were issued and they are no longer in circulation because the 50p piece was reduced in size in 1997.

If you have one in your wallet it could be worth £20.