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What was wrong with up to 200,000 20p coins issued by the Royal Mint in 2009 that made them instant collector's items?

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What was wrong with up to 200,000 20p coins issued by the Royal Mint in 2009 that made them instant collector's items?
posted Jul 28 by Sandeep Bedi

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They had no year of issue
The mistake happened when all coins from 1p to £1 were redesigned. One sold for £7,100. The last time an undated coin entered circulation was in 1672 in the reign of Charles II.

answer Jul 29 by Varuna Magar
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