1973 50 Pence

1973 50 Pence at Rare British Coins

The 1973 50 Pence is one of the earliest Commemorative decimal coins that was minted and placed into general circulation. These were of course the larger 50p coins which have been replaced with smaller versions and so these are not considered to be spendable – though you might find that banks will exchange them for new coins.

It was issued by the Royal Mint mark the United Kingdom joining the European Community. The coin shows the words “50 PENCE” with nine hands around it which is symbolic of the other members of the European Community at the time, all in a sort of hand holding manner to show they are all joined together.  You do have to wonder if we will be getting a special BREXIT 50p coin in the event that the United Kingdom finally leaves the European Union as voted for.

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