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Rare Kew Gardens 50p coin sells for £185 on eBay

A 50p Kew Gardens RARE tree is selling on eBay for almost 400 times its face value.

rare 50p sold last month for £185, 370 times more than the face value printed on its design.

A rare 50p from 2009 and features a Chinese pagoda from Kew Garden on the design

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A rare 50p from 2009 and features a Chinese pagoda from Kew Garden on the designCredit: ebay
The rare coin almost went up to £200 before the last sale was called

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The rare coin almost went up to £200 before the last sale was calledCredit: ebay

An auction war broke out between collectors who wanted to get their own “rare genuine coin”.

A total of 32 offers placed by 11 different bidders raised the asking price to £9.99, when listing began seven days earlier.

It’s no surprise that this coin attracts so much attention, as it is one of the most sought after coins in the coin collecting circuit.

Only 210,000 were minted in 2009 when this coin was in circulation and in the years since we have seen copies sold for hundreds of pounds.

50p features an image of London’s famous landmark, Kew Gardens, depicting a Chinese temple towering over the city’s attraction.

While assuring potential buyers that the coin is genuine, the seller also describes how the coin is “a must-have for anyone’s collection”.

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We’ve seen it before too, most recently a similar copy on sale for £155 on eBay after the bidding war broke out and the asking price skyrocketed.

Again on sale for £165 not so long ago, while a seller obtained a large amount £250 for their own copy.

That’s not the highest we’ve detected in the past, as others have £281 also in Octoberand a list with an impressive final price of £370 to be exact in early November.

The reason they do so well on the online auction site is due to the high demand for such a rare coin.

It helps this coin keep the top position on Changed test tool, latest scarcity indicator and it is also one of the ten rarest in circulation under Royal mint too.

Bidders will consider these types of highest specifications when they bid and want to add the coin to their own collection.

How else would I make a mint from a coin like this?

It’s easy to spot a coin in your change that could get you in trouble.

Usually coins will be generated and special design to celebrate an occasion or period in history.

Kew Gardens 50p was designed to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the London-based botanical space.

There is a whole rare 50p Olympic coin collection was also made to commemorate the London 2012 matches.

The Royal Mint won’t release endless quantities to keep them rare and special, so coin hunters are constantly on the lookout for the next coin to complete their collection.

It’s not just these specially made coins, because it’s rare error coin can also earn a pretty penny for their error.

You should always be cautious counterfeiting although they are usually visible online.

If you are searching for a rare coin on the market yourself, check if something is a real deal by seeing how many people have been willing to bid for it in the past – and they It also drives up prices.

You can use experts like Coin Hunter or Royal Mint to check if your change is legal and valid as what others are saying.

However, always keep in mind that on eBay, buyers can cash out, which means the coin won’t sell for the price it appears to be.

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Bobby Allyn

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