This 50p coin design was part of a winning competition entry by Matthew Dent from Bangor in Wales. Six designs from the 1p through to the 50p coins can be pieced together to form a complete image of the Royal Shield of Arms.
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The Royal Mint is honouring Beatrix Potter with a series of 50p coins and this Squirrel Nutkin 50p is the fifth release. ‘The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin’ features the impertinent, yet loveable, red squirrel named Nutkin and his escape from an owl called Old Brown, whose character is featured on this 50p coin. Designed by Emma Noble, the loveable rogue squirrel features at the very heart of the coin – with his whiskers and once bushy tail captured in great detail.
Artisan Collection of Ireland™ Millenium 50P Coin Sterling Silver
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The Royal Mint is honouring Beatrix Potter with a series of 50p coins and this Peter Rabbit 50p is the second release. 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ was the first of Beatrix Potter’s tales and the mischievous character has been captured on a 50p coin. Designed by Emma Noble, Peter Rabbit is instantly recognisable in the centre of the coin.
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