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There are 29 Olympic 2012 50 pence coins.

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There are no uncirculated Olympic 50ps.

Lots of people!! Me and my friends do.

football, handball, tennis, wrestling and wheelchair rugby

You could get 50 one pence coins.

there are 29 Olympic and paralympic coins

10 because 50p x 10 = 500 p = £5

Yes, it is worth the face value - 50p In October 2010, The Royal Mint released 16 of the 29 designs, 2011 dated 50p coins. The remaining ones are to be released at the same time this year. In total there will be 81 million. Sorry, it's not worth more than 50p :)

In 2010, the Royal Mint said that 87 million of the 29 special 50p coins would be in circulation by the end of 2011. Assuming they have minted equal quantities of each, there will be 3 million of each design in circulation. (The math supports this - 29 into 87 million goes exactly 3 million times).

The circulation of a coin does not drop its value eg. 50p coins from 2012 Olympics.

One 50p and two 2p coins equals 54p.

Yes. The U.S. has struck many Olympic coins.

It is unlikely. The thing about the Olympic 50p coins is that a good portion of them are in high condition and in collectors hands. Plus, they all have large mintages. It is highly unlikely that they will ever become scarce enough to justify a price increase, especially in as short of time as 20 years. The coins worth a lot of money are either: A) Struck in a precious metal such as gold or silver (which the 50p coins intended for circulation are not) B) Coins that few people saved (such as the 1916-D US Mercury Dime) C) Coins with very low mintages and high collector demand (such as the Maundy Money which are produced in very small quantity even though they sell for much more than their silver content and have a very high survival rate)

There are 47 ways using 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p.

Yes. They are worth 50 pence!

25p plus 25p =50p 25p โž• 25p=50p=$1.00

No, the closest you can get is 40p using 2 x 20p coins.

Assuming you're referring to a British 50p coin, they're all struck by the Royal Mint at its facilities in Llantrisant, Wales.

50p + 20p + 10p + 5p + 2p +2p = 6 coins

£1 coin + 50p coin + 2x20p coins + 10p coin = £2

This could not be done, unless one of them is not a 50p, but the other is, so 50p and a 5p.

It is 1 of 30000 minted in the uk

The coins used in the UK are: * £2 * £1 * 50p * 20p * 10p * 5p * 2p * 1p