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Rare Kew Gardens 50p coin sells for £171 on eBay

A RARE coin featuring the famous Kew Garden has sold for hundreds of times its face value.

The 50 pence note was issued in 2009 in small quantities and often in demand among collectors.

A rare 50p Kew Gardens coin has sold for almost £200

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A rare 50p Kew Gardens coin has sold for almost £200Credit: ebay
There have been almost 40 bids to buy this valuable coin

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There have been almost 40 bids to buy this valuable coin

That means they are willing to pay 50p more than the original value.

Kew Gardens’ rare 50pence coin has sell on eBay for £170.99 after more than 30 bids from interested collectors.

The successful bid is even higher than one recent coin sale for £142 so you should keep an eye on your spare change.

The latest sale looks genuine as many bidders and sellers have responded positively, although sales may drop after a successful bid.

List for rare coin sold on 12/12 says it’s in circulation but doesn’t specify what condition it’s in.

In the latest ranking of the rarest 50p coins, Kew Gardens once again topped the charts.

The coin features a Chinese temple at a famous London landmark and is dated 2009.

How much is the Kew Gardens 50p coin worth?

Only 210,000 of that was ever created and put into circulation in 2009 – much less than most other 50p coins.

For example, there were nearly half a billion of 1997 Britannia 50p entered circulation.

Other rare 50p coins to find the 2012 Olympics feature and depict various sporting events,

But they are worth less when they sell for between £5 and £25, although you still make a profit if you find and sell one of them.

In general, the fewer mints they have, the rarer they are and the more people are willing to pay for it, especially if a buyer is looking to perfect their collection.

There’s no hard and fast rule for a coin’s value, though, and it’s really only worth what someone is willing to pay.

In February, one of the Kew Garden coins sold for a whopping £707 – the most we’ve ever seen.

Some coins are also worth more than their face value and they have bugs. For example, an ordinary £1 coin was misprinted and sold for £156.

If you are buying or selling coins then you also want to look for counterfeits.

The Royal Mint can tell if your coin is legit or not, but doesn’t set a price.

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How can I sell a rare coin?

If you think you’ve got a coin that can earn you a few bobs then you should verify it.

Once you’ve found out if the coin is real, you have several options – sell it through a coin dealer, auction, or on eBay.

If you want to sell what you find in your spare change on eBay, you need to know the risks.

Remember to set the minimum price higher or at least equal to the face value of the coin.

Even if your coin is “sold” on eBay for a high price, there is no guarantee that the buyer will pay for it.

In its terms and conditions, the auction site states that auctioneers enter into a “legally binding contract to purchase an item,” but there’s no way to enforce this rule. In reality.

Most of what eBay can do is add a note to their account to remove the unpaid item or remove their ability to bid and buy.

This is because in order to register to the site, users do not need to enter valid bank or PayPal details before placing a bid.

If one bidder refuses to pay, the seller’s only option is to make a “second chance offer” to other bidders or to rely on the item.

For high-value items, eBay recommends that sellers set a limit on their listings to approve bidders.

It means that the bidder must email you before bidding but NOT that they have to pay cash if they win.

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Bobby Allyn

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