how much is it worth?

Charles Dickens’ £2 coin is one of the most popular in circulation – but yours could still be worth a penny.

This is the value of the special edition £2.

Over 8 million £2 Charles Dickens were made in 2012 - but some are worth it


Over 8 million £2 Charles Dickens were made in 2012 – but some are worth it

How rare is Charles Dickens’ £2 coin?

The second most popular £2 coin on the market as most recently assessed by Change Checker scarcity indexDickens £2 coin will not bring you a fortune.

ONE Commonwealth Games, Olympics or World War I there is a much higher chance that you pocket a coin.

While those can fetch up to £70 each, the Charles Dickens coin is hardly worth more than its face value.

That’s because 8.1 million copies were minted in 2012 to mark the 200th anniversary of the author’s birth.

The captivating design shapes Dickens’s face with the titles of some of his most popular novels and characters including Little Dorrit, Bleak House and Tale of Two Cities.

How much are they worth?

However, due to how many coins were minted, the Dickens coin currently makes up about 1 of the 99 £2 coins in circulation.

That means they’re usually worth around £2 or less – with recent eBay sales we’ve been tracking the valuations of the coins at £3, £1.80 and £1.60.

However, you should double-check Charles Dickens’ £2 coin if you find one.

If something goes wrong, it could be worth many times its face value.

Rare coins and valuables – is yours worth a penny?

We were discovered a sale in November for a whopping £350 – due to a rare error in which the date is printed backwards.

The coin was eventually sold for 175 face value after six bids.

Remember, it’s not just coins that can be worth more than their face value.

We did the most round Rare and valuable £5 note.

And always update all the rarest 50p, 10p and 2p portions worth up to £1,450.

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