Table Tennis 50p . Mintage: 1,737,500. Estimated Value: £2.50 to £3.50. Table tennis has only been an Olympic event since 1988 for both men and women in singles and doubles. The table tennis 50p or ping pong 50p as it is referred to by some depicts a table in the background.
Estimated Value = £2.21 Mintage = 1,454,000 Position = 5/29 About the Design. The design for the Tennis Olympic 50p coin was created by Tracy Baines and depicts a tennis ball travelling over a tennis net, with the London 2012 Olympics logo towards the top.
Coin Information: In 2012, Andy Murray followed up his loss in the men's final at Wimbledon to Roger Federer by beating him to win a gold medal for team GB just days later. The tennis 50p was designed by Tracey Baines, a sculptor and jewellery designer from Peterborough. Searching for potential swaps Searching for potential swaps.
Olympic Tennis 50p. Mintage: 1,454,000. Estimated Value: £3.50 to £7.00. Another 50p coin from the 2011 Olympic set, the Tennis 50p coin design features a tennis ball passing over a net which makes up almost two thirds of the coin. Credit: Royal Mint Olympic Goalball 50p. Mintage: 1,615,500. Estimated Value: £3.50 to £5.00
Table Tennis made its Olympic debut in Seoul in 1988. Since then, China has won 16 of the 20 gold medals awarded, including all five in the men's doubles and women's singles. The table tennis 50p was designed by Alan Linsdell, a retired illustrator who is a big fan of the sport. Searching for potential swaps Searching for potential swaps.
50p coins are worth their face value of 50p however a coin collector may pay more to add the coin to their collection. Use this data as a base guide and do your own full research before buying and selling coins.
How much is a full set of Olympic 50p coins worth? Most of the designs sell to collectors for between £1 and £2. (Values for each coin are show on this page).
In September last year, we reported on an Aquatics 50p which sold on eBay for £820. As you might suspect, it wasn’t an ordinary Olympic 50p which we would typically pull out of our change – it has a very specific minting ‘error’. The design was modified to make the swimmer more visible.