Mr Jeremy Fisher 50p

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The Jeremy Fisher 50p was the second of four Beatrix Potter character coins released in 2017 to celebrate the life and work of Beatrix Potter. The design by Emma Noble shows the Macintosh wearing frog holding a spade handle. The fifty pence piece is struck to Brilliant Uncirculated quality and displayed in The Royal Mint's official presentation folder which has lots of information about Jeremy Fisher, Beatrix Potter and the coin itself.

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Denomination:50p
Alloy:Cupronickel
Quality:BU
Condition:New
Item weight:40g
Product code:BU17BPJFRM
Product ID:8360012229
Royal Mint product code:UK17JFBU
GTIN:5026177375562

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2017 Mr Jeremy Fisher 50p Coin The coin’s Brilliant Uncirculated finish highlights the details of Beatrix’s illustration, from the subtle texture of the skin to the creases in the Macintosh that nearly was eaten by the trout. The accompanying fold-out case adds colour illustrations and additional details from Beatrix’s.

A whopping 6x different 2017 50p were made. A commemorative to mark the 375th anniversary of the birth of Sir Isaac Newton, the standard coin with the shield design and four new coins with Beatrix Potter themes – because the ones marking the actual anniversary sold so well last year.

Obverse Type 6 (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark):

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Reverse Type 4 (design by Matthew Dent):

Mintage for Circulation: 1,800,000

Collectability/Scarcity: 2 (for scale details see here)

The story behind the design:

The obverse portrait of the Queen by Mr Jody Clark was introduced in March 2015 and is used on all circulating coinage. It is the fifth portrait of the Queen used on coinage.

The reverse design, by Matthew Dent shows the bottom part of the shield of the Royal Coat of Arms.

Commemorative 2017 50p coin, Type 57A: (info on coin type numbers here)

Obverse Type (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark):

Reverse Type (design by Aaron West):

Mintage for Circulation: 1,801,500 (first seen in limited circulation from about 20th June 2017, earlier than expected)

Collectability/Scarcity: 2 (for scale details see here)

The story behind the design:

Coins with this design were also struck dated 2018 (number 57B). Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist, mathematician, Warden of the Mint and one of the most influential scientists to have ever lived. In 1717 Sir Isaac wrote a report which led to a proclamation later that year reducing the value of the gold guinea to 21 shillings. Here is the report in full:

Commemorative 2017 50p coin, Type 58: (info on coin type numbers here)

Obverse Type (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark, dated 2017):

Reverse Type (design by Emma Noble):

Mintage for Circulation: 19,900,000 (first appeared in circulation 21/9/17).

Collectability/Scarcity: 1 (for scale details see here)

The story behind the design:

The first wave of Beatrix Potter themed coins were a huge sales success for the Royal Mint, and despite the fact that this year isn’t a round anniversary of anything, they needed no excuse to produce another four different cuddly animal coins for staggered release during 2017. This second Peter Rabbit themed coin is the first. It will be followed by the flamboyant Benjamin Bunny, sombre Jeremy Fisher and a demonic-looking Tom Kitten.

Commemorative 2017 50p coin, Type 59: (info on coin type numbers here)

Obverse Type (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark, dated 2017):

Reverse Type (design by Emma Noble):

Mintage for Circulation: 9,900,000.

Collectability/Scarcity: 1 (for scale details see here)

The story behind the design:

The Beatrix Potter Mr Jeremey Fisher coin.

Commemorative 2017 50p coin, Type 60: (info on coin type numbers here)

Obverse Type (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark, dated 2017):

Reverse Type (design by Emma Noble):

Mr Jeremy Fisher 50p Coin 2017 Worth

Mintage for Circulation: 9,500,000.

Collectability/Scarcity: 1 (for scale details see here)

The story behind the design:

The Beatrix Potter Tom Kitten coin.

Commemorative 2017 50p coin, Type 61: (info on coin type numbers here)

Obverse Type (bust design by (Mr) Jody Clark, dated 2017):

Reverse Type (design by Emma Noble):

Mintage for Circulation: 25,000,000.

Collectability/Scarcity: 1 (for scale details see here)

Mr Jeremy Fisher 50p 2017

The story behind the design:

The Beatrix Potter Benjamin Bunny coin.

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