British collectors are ready to pay good money to buy from citizens the most valuable coins. For example, five-pound coins depicting writer Jane Austen are of special value. In particular, for coins with the image of the writer with the serial number AK47, collectors give up to a thousand pounds.
It should be noted, that you can also sell a round five pounds with serial numbers AM32 885551, AM32 885553, AM32 885 and AM32 885552. You can sell two-pound coins with the image of the queen for 100 pounds. The cost of a round pound in the collection market will depend on the image on the coin. If Edinburgh is depicted on the 2011 coin, its value will be 38 pounds. It is known that about 935,000 items were produced. The second rather rare round pound is a coin with the image of Cardiff. The cost of the coin is about 20 pounds. The image of London on the 2010 round pound is also of value to collectors, for such coin they can pay about 10 pounds. Round pounds will become a rarity after October 15, when they quit the circulation, experts say. Therefore, it makes sense to wait a little, and then to compare the prices offered by buyers for this or that coin.
As previously reported, a 50 pence coin also has wide popularity among numismatists. A coin with the design of Kew Gardens can be sold for about 120 pounds, as about 210,000 items were put into circulation. A coin of 50 pence with the image of the London Olympics 2012 can be sold for 100 pounds. Further in the list of popularity of 50-pence coins are coins with the image of a duck, Royal Mint and a football field. Their cost will vary from 50 to 100 pounds, but can reach 200 pounds. A 50-pence coin, issued in 1992 in honor of the British presidency of the Council of Europe, stands apart. It can be sold for about 70 pounds.