Pride 50p: how much is it worth? | The Sun

COINS knocking about in your pocket or purse could be worth some serious cash – if you have the right one.

Errors, certain dates or other unusual features can mean your change is worth more than its face value.

One design that might jump out at you is the 50 Years of Pride 50p coin.

It shows the Pride progression flag and is inscribed with the words protest, visibility, unity, and equality in rainbows.

On the other side is Queen Elizabeth II, as it was made before the monarch's death.

It's one of the newer 50ps out there and was first released in 2022, with artist Dominique Holmes behind the design.



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Around 5,000,000 of the coins were made and are now in circulation.

There are around 200 million 50ps in circulation in total for comparison,

This number makes it one of the more common in circulation, and it's ranked on Change Checker's scarcity index as 1.

This takes into account a coins mintage figure, how many are owned by collectors and how in demand it is among them.

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A low number of one means it's not too scarce at all – 100 indicates the coin in the highest demand.

But it is still more valuable now than when it first came out. We explain exactly how much it might be worth.

How much is the 50 Years of Pride 50p worth?

The coin was released into circulation via Post Offices across the UK in October 2022.

It is the last design to enter general circulation featuring the portrait of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Pride coin is by no means the most rare and valuable 50p out there.

Far less common is the Kew Gardens 50p, which can sell for hundreds of pounds.

The highest recent sold price on eBay for the Pride 50p was £2 on October 21 after a single bid.

While it's more than it's face value, it's not quite the goldmine that others can bring.

That's not to say that it won't be worth more – or less – in futures.

The value of coins can change regularly according to demand and over time.

At the end of the day coins are really worth what someone is willing to pay for them.

A collector might even pay more for a piece that completes a collection.

What to know about rare coins

If you find an unusual coin in your change, it's worth checking to see whether it could make your a mint.

Sites like Change Checker can give you an idea of how rare your coin is, and you can also speak to experts at Coin Hunter or the Royal Mint. 

Check eBbay listings to find out how in demand the coin in, and how much you're likely to make from it.

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Of course, it's worth bearing in mind that a coin will not always sell for the amount it's listed for, so you should check completed auctions and look for how many bids were made.

Watch out for fakes too – if in doubt, an expert can help you work out if a coin is the real deal or not.

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