Do you own a scarce Olympic 50p?

Olympic 50p

Which Olympic 50p coins are most scarce?

** UPDATED 4th MARCH – FIND OUT WHO’S NOW ON TOP **

29 million Olympic 50p coins have been released into circulation by the Royal Mint and, as already reported, as many as 75% have been removed from circulation.

But as collectors strive to build and that complete collection of all 29 50p coins, they are discovering that some sports are more elusive than others.

The launch of The Westminster Collection’s FREE online Olympic 50p Swap Centre has revealed which Olympic coins are top of the scarcity charts, with the most collectors listing them on their “Want List”.

So let’s find out – do you own of the scarce ones?

The most requested 50p coins…

  1. Football
  2. Handball
  3. Wrestling
  4. Judo
  5. Cycling
Football 50p

The Football Olympic 50p Coin has been the most requested coin on collectors’ “Want Lists”

So whether you are in possession of one of the more sought after 50p coins and are able to swap it, or if you are still trying to find that elusive missing piece, try the FREE Olympic 50p Swap Centre.

Simply register online and list the coins you need before entering any swaps you have.  Click “search” and you will be able to view your SWAP MATCHES and make contact.  All totally for FREE.

About David Pool

Online Marketing Manager for The Westminster Collection
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4 Responses to Do you own a scarce Olympic 50p?

  1. Anthony says:

    I have a Handball Coin, what is it worth please?

  2. george says:

    i have the judo coin.. would it be worth anything ?

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