Roger Bannister 50p

Roger Bannister 50p at Rare British Coins

The Roger Bannister 50p was minted in 2004 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of when Roger Bannister broke the four-minute mile barrier. If you’ve seen Chariots of Fire then you will know the story even if you weren’t around back in 1954 to witness it.

The coin shows a sprinter running with a stopwatch behind him. It has a plain edge around the coin.

Loads of superb coins, tokens, banknotes and coin collectables from England and Britain, including Roman England.

Roger Bannister 50p for sale – or find out what is my Roger Bannister 50p worth. This one of many exciting collectible 50p coins that the Royal Mint has issued in recent years.  Collecting decimal coins used to be fairly boring until they started to create exciting commemorative and celebratory coins of a variety of denominations including £1, £2 and 50p plus a few others. Now it is a big area of coin collecting in its own right, and even better, there’s a good chance that you might find many of these collectors coins in your change when you go to the shops.

Below are Roger Bannister 50p coins that are currently offered for sale. If you like this coin, take a look at another UK commemorative 50p that lots of collectors are looking out for – the rare Kew Gardens 50p.

What is a Roger Bannister commermorative 50p worth ?

Get more information by clicking on the title. No obligation to buy. Do you have one of these coins? You should check your change as these are in general circulation even today so you may come across one any time you go shopping.

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