Public Libraries 50p

Public Libraries 50p

Public Libraries 50p at Rare British Coins

The Public Libraries 50p was minted in 2000 to commemorate 150 years since the Public Libraries Act came into power in 1850. The purpose of that Act was to try to improve everyone’s quality of life by giving all people free access to books, which until then had mainly been the preserve of the rich.  It features an open book above a grand library front, along with those key dates of 1850 and 2000.

Come and browse through a vast range of amazing fine coinage from all eras all available to buy right now.

How Many Public Libraries 50p coins were minted?

According to the Royal Mint, there were 11,263,000 of these coins made, so there is a good chance of turning one up in your change.

Public Libraries 50p for sale – or find out what are Public Libraries 50p Coin worth.

Below you will find example of this coin for sale.

Remember to take the condition of the coin into account when assessing whether or not it seems to be good value for money, and if you are trying to work out what your own coin is worth, try to make sure you are comparing like with like. If you need to buy a price guide because you think that you might have something really valuable then see our page about British coin collecting price guides.

What would you have to pay to buy a Public Libraries Act 50p ?

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