The World of Peter Rabbit - The Complete Collection of Original Tales 1-23 White Jackets
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Kew Gardens 50p coin: Why Royal Mint named it the rarest in circulation, and how much it could be worth The design also features a profile portrait of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit can be seen at the bottom of the design. It's a rather small depiction of the cheeky rabbit, but he's there! Perhaps in an attempt to reignite the interest in collecting the coins, the mintages of the 2018 Beatrix Potter coins were much lower than in previous years, so the 2018 Peter Rabbit 50p is one to look out for and put aside.
One of the most sought-after coins at the moment are the various Beatrix Potter 50p collections out there.
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A further commemorative edition of the Peter Rabbit 50p was released in 2019 to mark the 50th anniversary of the coin.
Potter's later life saw her depart from writing to focus on her work relating to land sustainability and conservation. She and William enjoyed thirty years of marriage living a simple life in Near Sawrey, uninterested in the trappings of wealth. There are different versions of new coins issued by The Royal Mint. The figures detailed above are for circulation coins - the examples that we find in our loose change. For each new coin, The Royal Mint issue aSilver Proof Coloured version, aBrilliant Uncirculated (BU) and the circulation copy.
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This coin was released to celebrate Beatrix Potter’s life, and the coin features the dates 1866 to 1943, with Peter Rabbit at the centre.
After the success of the coins in 2016, the 2017 coins had higher mintage figures, perhaps in a bid to meet demand.Such was the popularity of the Beatrix Potter coins in 2016, The Royal Mint issued more coins the following year, and Peter Rabbit took centre stage again.'The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ was Beatrix Potter’s first tale and the coin features a well known illustration of Peter Rabbit hopping along.