2011 Sailing 50p Coin - Mintage: 1,749,500 - Scarcity Index: 40
Great Britain is the most successful nation In Olympic sailing history, with more gold medals won than any other country. Bruce Rushin, an art and design teacher from Norfolk designed the Sailing 50p, he was also the designer of the UK's very first £2 coin.
2008 Olympic Centenary £2 Coin - Mintage: 910,000 - Scarcity Index: 44
The modern Olympic Games started in Athens in 1896 and have since become the greatest sporting event in the world. The games of 1908 were originally scheduled to be held in Rome, but due to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, they were re-located to London. Of the 22 represented countries, Great Britain were the overall winners of the 1908 Olympics with a final gold medal tally of 56. Edge Inscription: THE 4TH OLYMPIAD LONDON
Belgian Congo coins 50 Francs Silver Coin of 1944 African Elephant
Belgian Congo Silver 50 Francs Coin, African Elephant. Belgian Congo coins Silver 50 Francs Belgian Congo coins Silver 50 Francs Coin of 1944 African Elephant Belgian Congo coins, Numismatic Collection, Coins of Belgian Congo best silver coins for investment. Obverse: African elephant walking left. Legend: 1944 Reverse: Value (50 Fr), flanked by stars. Bi-lingual (French/Dutch) legend around. Legend: BANQUE DU CONGO BELGE . BANK VAN BELGISCH CONGO . Reference: KM-27; Weight: 17.45 gram of…
2008 Olympic Handover £2 Coin - Mintage: 918,000 - Scarcity Index: 70
The end of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games marked the first major event for the London 2012, with the official handover of the Games to the next host city. The Olympic Flag was handed over from the Mayor of Beijing to the Mayor of London, followed by a short performance inviting the world to London for the 2012 Games. The reverse design depicts the flag being handed over alongside the Official London 2012 logo. Edge Inscription: I CALL UPON THE YOUTH OF THE WORLD