I Have A 2008 20p Coin With No Date Can You Tell Me What It Is Worth?

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Round about £ 250,000. You are lucky!!!
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The 20p coins in question are a mistake by The Royal Mint.
The £50 being offered is not an attempt to get the coins back, it is in fact being offered by The London Mint Office.
The London Mint Office is a trade mark of 'The Crown Collections Limited', a coin marketing company.
They are buying the coins to resell them.
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£50 or over
thanked the writer.
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There are between 50,000 and 200,000 of these in circulation due to an error when producing them. If you register at the London Mint Office office online you can claim £50 straightaway. However if you hang on to it they reckon it could be worth up to £300 in the future
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Typical prices are around £150 to £250 depending on condition.
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I JUST SOLD MINE FOR £6,234!!!!!!
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People are selling them on Ebay for around £200-£300 have a look, don't take it to the bank, you will be ripped off if ebay is selling for higher
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If Its Got Not Date You , You Can Skim the Internet And When They Was Making the 20p 20,000+ Didn't Have Dates On. So They Want Them All Back So if You Have One Register it Online And You Get 50 Pound Just for Returning the 20p, Pretty Cool Huh?
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My uncle just had one in the change from a garage, he's had it valued between £22'000 - £55'000. Congratulations

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