Thursday, July 30, 2009

1992 British Ten Pence, Again

Do you have a pence and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Found at Target just resting on a table while dozens of people passed it by without a care. I do not blame them since this is the most common 10 pence ever and passes through U.S. coin operated machines like butter.

33
That is right this is the 33rd 1992 ten pence I found, some were from coin lots, but most are from my change. As recent as December of last year I found one of these among a group of Canadian finds.

For this reason this coin is getting its own post. I'm assuming many of these billion and a half coins have left Great Britain and are commonly found. This one is not in the best of shape.

The World Coin book has a great description of the reverse:

Crowned lion prancing left.

Varieties in how the edges were made and also in thickness exist for the 1992-1997 ten pence coins. With only a few from 1995 and 1996 I have not really checked on these and the Coins of England book by Spinks book is no help.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Pence / Great Britain
Year: 1992
Mintage: 1,413,455,000
Metal: Copper-Nickel
Value: $0.10 in F(This may be less)

Update: Thanks to Sylvester for this information
With regards to the milling varieties, 1992 is the only year when there is more than one type. There's the earliest issues which have 'wire milling' (the thin narrow one), sometimes during 1992 a thicker flat edge was adopted and used every year thereafter.

You might be interested to learn that the small 10p series is a somewhat complex one with many minor varieties. 1992 itself has no less than 5 distinct varieties, one of which is rare.

Type 1 - Wire milling - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Extremely common, estimate mintage = 565,382,068)

Type 2 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Extremely common, estimate mintage = 565,382,068)

Type 3 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point at edge beads, Rev. 1 points between beads. (Common, estimated mintage = 261,489,206)

Type 4 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points between beads. (Scarce, estimate mintage = 14,134,552)

Type 5 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point at beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Rare, estimated mintage = 7,067,276)

For most other years there's two distinct varieties.
While I won't have time to go over my previous finds this one has the obverse L & I in between dots. The reverse has the 1 pointing directly at a dot. This is the most common type but maybe one of the other 32 are better, I'll try to search soon.

Do you have a coin from the United Kingdom and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

73 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

James UK said...

"Prancing" lion... sounds like one for Al!

;-)

Sylvester said...

With regards to the milling varieties, 1992 is the only year when there is more than one type. There's the earliest issues which have 'wire milling' (the thin narrow one), sometimes during 1992 a thicker flat edge was adopted and used every year thereafter.

You might be interested to learn that the small 10p series is a somewhat complex one with many minor varieties. 1992 itself has no less than 5 distinct varieties, one of which is rare.

Type 1 - Wire milling - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Extremely common, estimate mintage = 565,382,068)

Type 2 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Extremely common, estimate mintage = 565,382,068)

Type 3 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point at edge beads, Rev. 1 points between beads. (Common, estimated mintage = 261,489,206)

Type 4 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point between edge beads, Rev. 1 points between beads. (Scarce, estimate mintage = 14,134,552)

Type 5 - Flat Edge - Obv. L & I point at beads, Rev. 1 points at a bead. (Rare, estimated mintage = 7,067,276)

For most other years there's two distinct varieties.

Man said...

With regards to the milling varieties, 1992 is the only year when there is more than one type.

Thanks that is great, I got the Spinks and the World Coin Books but they are far from complete.
Since I find relatively few British coins I don't always keep up on varieties.

Thanks again I will update this blog.

shjn96 said...

I have a 1881 US Coin, with missing characters in the "United States of America". How much would it be worth?

And some flat copper coins - on one side is the word "Liberty" and on the other are some Chinese characters with a picture of a bull. I am trying to find out where these coins are from?

Man said...

1881 US Coin, with missing characters in the "United States of America".
Is it $1, a quarter? I need more information.

flat copper coins - on one side is the word "Liberty"
Year? Or good pictures?

other are some Chinese characters with a picture of a bull
Again without a better description I can't help.

shjn96 said...

Hi there, thsnks. Please advice how I canforward you the photos of the coins.

Man said...

Please advice how I can forward you the photos of the coins.

You can post them on your own blog and link them.
Or use a free photo site to post them drop a link from there.

shjn96 said...

Thanks.
Please see the photos here :
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30046336@N02/sets/72157622353518046/

Man said...

Thanks.
Please see the photos here


This is a fake it is suppose to be an 1898-O $10 gold coin but that date and mark does not exist.

It also is missing a few letters in UNITED and STATES which is a way to let people know it is a fake.

It looks like a replica for jewelery or a button, no value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1992 Ten Pence. I couldn't tell by your description which Type it is. Help!

Man said...

1992 Ten Pence. I couldn't tell by your description which Type it is.

Try taking a good picture of both sides and posting them somewhere and maybe I can help.

Nick0057 said...

Hi,
I was just wondering if you could tell me the worth of a coin, it is from england in 1797 and is a solid copper 'Penny'(I say it like this because it is like 5x the size of our penny today) It is also in probablly the worst condition of any coin you will ever see the only visibal words are Georg II D:G.Rex on th obverse with no visibal (well I've read it supposed to be a portrait io George D:G Rex)but on the reverse there is an evgraving of a man sitting on what looks to be a rock and the letters Q on the left side, A on the right, and a number 7 on the bottom (As I said before TERRABLE condition). Any Info you have for me would be greatly appriciated and if you could e-mail it to Nick0057@comcast.net. But if you can't find anything its no big deal I mean it Is over 200 yeard old!
Thanx,
Nick0057

Man said...

england in 1797 and is a solid copper 'Penny'(I say it like this because it is like 5x the size of our penny today) It is also in probablly the worst condition of any coin you will ever see

First problem is that Great Britain did not make any 1797 pennies.
Also George III was king in 1797 not George II.

Plus the Q and A make no sense for British coins.

I do not know what you have but if you can take a picture it would be helpful. Sorry.

Silver Bullion said...

Could you tell me what are the British 10 pences used for instead of in the states... is it used as a 50 cent coin...

Man said...

British 10 pences used for instead of in the states... is it used as a 50 cent coin

It technically is not used or accepted anywhere.

That said all of the times I get them in change it has been given as a quarter, at least these 1992 types.

Gretel said...

Hi,

I have a small collection of coins which i would like to know the values before i sold it off. The details as per below:

Denmark (Margrethe II)
5 kroner year 1990
20 Kroner year 1993
1 Kroner year 1993 & 1992
2 Kroner year 1993
50 ore year 1989
25 ore year 1991

Hong Kong
1 Dollar year 1995

Netherland
(Juliana Koningin)
1 G year 1972
2 1/2 G year 1980
25 ct year 1975
10 ct year 1959
5 ct year 1950
(Beatrix Koningin)
1 G year 1983
5 ct year 1990

China
5 Year 1986
2 year 1985
1 Yi Yuan year 2007
1 year 1984

Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica)
20 rappen year 1974
10 rappen year 1991
5 rappen year 1987 & 1992
1/2 Fr year 1979 (Helvetica)

Sweden (Sverige SVI)
5 kroner year 1982
1 Kroner year 1984
50 ore year 1980

Great Britian (Elizabeth II)
10 New Pence year 1980
5 New peance year 1980
1 shilling year 1963

I got the photo but i am not sure how to upload it here

Thanks
Gretel Tan

Man said...

Denmark (Margrethe II)
5 kroner year 1990 about $1.25
20 Kroner year 1993 about $5.00
1 Kroner year 1993 & 1992 about $0.30 each
2 Kroner year 1993 about $0.35
50 ore year 1989 about $0.25
25 ore year 1991 about $.20

Hong Kong
1 Dollar year 1995 about $0.15

Netherland
(Juliana Koningin)
1 G year 1972 about $0.35
2 1/2 G year 1980 about $0.50
25 ct year 1975 about $0.10
10 ct year 1959 about $0.05
5 ct year 1950 about $0.05
(Beatrix Koningin)
1 G year 1983 about $0.75
5 ct year 1990 about $0.20

China
5 Year 1986 what denomination?
2 year 1985 what denomination?
1 Yi Yuan year 2007 about $1.00
1 year 1984 what denomination?

Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica)
20 rappen year 1974 about $0.40
10 rappen year 1991 about $0.20
5 rappen year 1987 & 1992 about $0.20 each
1/2 Fr year 1979 (Helvetica) about $1.25

Sweden (Sverige SVI)
5 kroner year 1982 about $0.35
1 Kroner year 1984 about $0.15
50 ore year 1980 about $0.05

Great Britian (Elizabeth II)
10 New Pence year 1980 about $0.10
5 New peance year 1980 about $0.05
1 shilling year 1963 about $0.10

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a small bag of coins I found cleaning out my mom's office drawer, I was wondering if there was anything special going on.

Champlain bridge (in Montreal, Qc) Tokens

Austria:
50 Groschen 1959
10 Groschen:
1987
1990
1989
1977
1 Schilling:
1987
1989
Germany:
50 Pfeennig 1982
10 pfeennig:
1980
1986
France:
20 Centimes 1984
Nederlands:
1 G (?) 1971
5 ct:
1985
1991
Philipines:
1 Piso 1996
GB:
New Penny 1971
Sweden:
50 ORE 1984
Barbados:
10 cents 1973
Brasil:
10 centavos 1995
Coinamatic Laundry Token (It's a funky shape. I'll try to post a picture if you want.)

Thanks

Man said...

Champlain bridge (in Montreal, Qc) Tokens about $0.50

Austria:
50 Groschen 1959 about $0.50
10 Groschen:
1987 about $0.20
1990 about $0.20
1989 about $0.20
1977 about $0.10
1 Schilling:
1987 about $0.10
1989 about $0.10
Germany:
50 Pfeennig 1982 about $0.10
10 pfeennig:
1980 about $0.10
1986 about $0.05
France:
20 Centimes 1984 about $0.05
Nederlands:
1 G (?)Gulden 1971 about $0.35
5 ct:
1985 about $0.05
1991 about $0.05
Philipines:
1 Piso 1996 about $0.25
GB:
New Penny 1971 about $0.05
Sweden:
50 ORE 1984 about $0.05
Barbados:
10 cents 1973 about $0.10
Brasil:
10 centavos 1995 about $0.15
Coinamatic Laundry Token , no real value very common.

Anonymous said...

i have a ten pence from 1974 it is thicker and bigger than the ones in 2011 but i want to know how much its worth

Man said...

ten pence from 1974 it is thicker and bigger than the ones in 2011

About $0.25 in extra-fine and yes they have changed the coin over the years it is normal.

Courtney said...

Hello,

I am wondering the value of a few coins.

An Irish coin, it says 1d, from 1935, says saorstaat eirann. Also British pennies from 1935, 1936, 1952 (2), and 1965.

Do they have any extra value?

Thank you,
Courtney

Man said...

Irish coin, it says 1d,
1935 about $0.50

British pennies
1935 about $0.25
1936 about $0.25

1952???are you sure this us British? Please describe both sides?

1965 about $0.05

Anonymous said...

I've got an old penny from 1856 with an eagle on it and i was wondering what it was woth in fairly good condition.

Man said...

penny from 1856 with an eagle on it and i was wondering what it was woth in fairly good condition

About $8,000.00 if real, many fakes exist.

Anonymous said...

hi, i have a ten pence (British) coin from 1992, on one side it has the queens face as normal, but then i has the queens flag to the left of her neck (different to the union jack) and it has the words 'ELIZABETH II BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY' written on the edge of the coin over the queens head. On the back it has a big 10 written on the bottom, then on top of the 10 it has a bunch of cherry tomatoes and on the edge over that it has the words 'TEN PENCE 1992' written on the edge. Could you please tell me if this has any greater value than 10 pence please. Thank you

Anonymous said...

this is the coin i am talking about (from the post above)
http://www.guernsey.net/~sgibbs/numismatics/10p-1989.jpg

Man said...

ten pence (British) coin from 1992, on one side it has the queens face as normal, but then i has the queens flag to the left of her neck (different to the union jack) and it has the words 'ELIZABETH II BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY' written on the edge of the coin over the queens head. On the back it has a big 10 written on the bottom, then on top of the 10 it has a bunch of cherry tomatoes

Not British but from Guernsey it's about $0.25

Anonymous said...

I have a 1941, 1942, 1951, 1952, 1964 and two 1867-1967 Canadian (1 cent) coins. They all seem to be in good condition. I also have one 1992 10 pence. What might they be worth?

Man said...

Canadian (1 cent) coins
1941 about $0.10
1942 about $0.10
1951 about $0.10
1952 about $0.10
1964 about $0.03
1867-1967 about $0.03

1992 10 pence about $0.10

Anonymous said...

Is anyone here to help put prices on coins? Only serious people email back please rwaybright1@yahoo.com

Man said...

Is anyone here to help put prices on coins?

Sure you can list them here if you want.

Anonymous said...

i have a ten pence coin but in silver is that worth anyting

Man said...

ten pence coin but in silver

If you mean British and 1992 and proof it's about $25.00.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
i would like to know the values of these coins

Netherland
(Juliana Koningin)
1 G year 1969, 1971
25 ct year 1951, 1969, 1971, 1972
10 ct year 1972, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1980
5 ct year 1950, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980

(Beatrix Koningin)
5 ct year 1987
10 ct year 1984, 1985
25 ct year 1984
silver-coloured 1 G - one has a side with 2 women facing left with the date 30 april 1980
the other side shows the lion with d crown with 1 gulden written at d side.
gold- coloured 5 G year 1988 & 1989

Australia
5ct year 1983
20 ct year 1966, 1979
50ct dodecagonal shape type I year 1981, 1983
1 dollar year 1986 with the words international year of peace inscribed

US
1 dime year 1967
5 cents year 1967, 1981
quarter dollar year 1978, 1985 & one instead of d eagle,
has a woman with Pennsylvania 1787 inscribed- year 1999

Man said...

Netherland
(Juliana Koningin)
1 G year
1969 about $1.00
1971 about $0.35
25 ct year 1951, 1969, 1971, 1972 about $0.20 each
10 ct year 1972, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1980 about $0.10 each
5 ct year 1950, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980 about $0.10 each

(Beatrix Koningin)
5 ct year 1987 about $0.10
10 ct year 1984, 1985 about $0.10 each

25 ct year 1984
silver-coloured 1 G - one has a side with 2 women facing left with the date 30 april 1980
the other side shows the lion with d crown with 1 gulden written at d side.
--About $0.30

gold- coloured 5 G year 1988 & 1989 about $2.00 each

Australia
5ct year 1983 about $0.10
20 ct year
1966 about $2.50
1979 about $0.20
50ct dodecagonal shape type I year 1981, 1983 about $0.50 each
1 dollar year 1986 with the words international year of peace inscribed about $1.00

US
1 dime year 1967 about $0.10
5 cents year 1967, 1981 about $0.20 each

quarter dollar year 1978, 1985 & one instead of d eagle,
has a woman with Pennsylvania 1787 inscribed- year 1999
--About $0.25 each

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a 2010 ten pence coin and on third of it on the side with the 3 lions looks like it is copper.There is a faint hue on the edge in that area, and for about 1mm in on the opposite side. Any ideas?

Dave Broughton

Man said...

2010 ten pence coin and on third of it on the side with the 3 lions looks like it is copper.There is a faint hue on the edge in that area, and for about 1mm in on the opposite side.

Could be an Improperly Annealed error, where the coin is overheated and the copper seeps through.

Also could be done in an oven, but this would be too minor to have any value either way.

I would weigh it just in case it can be something else.

Dave Broughton said...

I have 5 ten pences in my pocket. 3 are 1992 and the other 2 are 2005 and 2007. 3 weigh 6 grams and 2 weigh 7. The one with the coppering also weighs 7. The 1992 ones are slightly smaller in diameter. The coppered one is the same diameter and thickness as the 2005, and 2007 ones.

Dave Broughton

Man said...

5 ten pences in my pocket.
3 are 1992 and the other 2 are 2005 and 2007. 3 weigh 6 grams and 2 weigh 7. The one with the coppering also weighs 7. The 1992 ones are slightly smaller in diameter. The coppered one is the same diameter and thickness as the 2005, and 2007


The weight sounds normal so I think it was heated at some point drawing the copper to the surface. It has no extra value but should be kept aside in case they become more collectable.

alex said...

is a 1992 10 p coin with a bunch of grapes/tomatoes and a big 10 at the bottum and o the other side it has a flag thing by the side of the queens neckand it seys elizabeth 11 bailiwick of guernesy how much is it worth kne websitw says 10 p the other sad 5000 im confused HELP

Man said...

1992 10 p coin with a bunch of grapes/tomatoes and a big 10 at the bottum and o the other side it has a flag thing by the side of the queens neckand it seys elizabeth 11 bailiwick of guernesy

About 1.00 £ in brilliant uncirculated.
At no point is it 5,000.

Anonymous said...

"england in 1797 and is a solid copper 'Penny'(I say it like this because it is like 5x the size of our penny today) It is also in probablly the worst condition of any coin you will ever see

First problem is that Great Britain did not make any 1797 pennies.
Also George III was king in 1797 not George II.

Plus the Q and A make no sense for British coins.

I do not know what you have but if you can take a picture it would be helpful. Sorry."


http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/190/1d97.jpg/


Q may have been interpreted because of wear on the inscription. A was a normal letter in the inscription.

Man said...

Q may have been interpreted because of wear on the inscription. A was a normal letter in the inscription.

The one you have pictured is a 1797 British Penny that appears to be at least extra-fine and is about $100.00.

That said if yours is as worn as you originally described it would be about $5.00.

Anonymous said...

That was not actually the original poster that just posted about the penny. I wanted to give some info about it. The coin is just a stock photo, have no idea about the look of the original person's coin.

Man said...

I wanted to give some info about it.

Oh, I knew about the coin but it may be a fake, medal or countermarked.

So that person needs to take good pictures and place online like you did.

Thanks for the assist.

Anonymous said...

Hi, have recently found a bag of coins and was wondering if you could help me with prices on what they are worth

1921 one penny coin, has a guy sitting down with what looks like a shield in right arm on ground, in left hand holding up a 3 prong trident, other side is says, georgivs v dei gra:britt:omn:rex fid:def:ind:imp: and on the next line there are 2 letters which look like BM

1992 ten pence coin, one side has a lion with a crown other side elizabeth II
1979 new pence 50, one side it has a guy holding a shield to the ground and a trident in the right arm, left hand holding a piece of wheat, other side of coin has elizabeth II
1979 one hong kong dollar, side has a lion sitting up on back feet wearing a crown and holding something in its paws other side it says queen elizabeth the second
lastly a 1937 three pence coin, one side has a plant with 3 flowers on it the other side has georgivs VI
thanks heaps

scottarm2012 said...

hi what is the 1992 dot to dot 10p worth the one where l,i and a line up to dots

Man said...

1921 one penny coin, has a guy sitting down with what looks like a shield in right arm on ground, in left hand holding up a 3 prong trident, other side is says, georgivs v dei gra:britt:omn:rex fid:def:ind:imp: and on the next line there are 2 letters which look like BM
--About $1.00

1992 ten pence coin, one side has a lion with a crown other side elizabeth II
--About $0.10

1979 new pence 50, one side it has a guy holding a shield to the ground and a trident in the right arm, left hand holding a piece of wheat, other side of coin has elizabeth II
--About 1.08$0

1979 one hong kong dollar, side has a lion sitting up on back feet wearing a crown and holding something in its paws other side it says queen elizabeth the second
--About $0.40

1937 three pence coin, one side has a plant with 3 flowers on it the other side has georgivs VI
--About $0.50

Assuming they others are British.

Man said...

1992 dot to dot 10p worth the one where l,i and a line up to dots

Even if this is the rare Obv 2, Rev A, Flat Edge type it seems not to have any extra value.

About $0.50 extra-fine.

Man said...

Whoops
--About 1.08$0
should be
--About $0.80

Anonymous said...

i have a misprinted 1968 queen elizabeth 2 ten pence 10 coin where the word ten is it has new instead and i would like to know what it is worth

Man said...

misprinted 1968 queen elizabeth 2 ten pence 10 coin where the word ten is it has new

This is not a misprint.
These were new coins using a new decimal system so each was labeled with the word NEW.

About $0.20

Anonymous said...

how can i tell if my coin is "Proof in silver FDC" or "Proof piedfort in silver FDC" ? it is a 1992 ten pence in good condition.here is a more in depth description:
Obv: Second Portrait, inscription ELIZABETH II D G REG F D (1992) starting low left
Rev: Lion Passant Guardant, 10 below, TEN PENCE above
???????????????????????????????????

Man said...

how can i tell if my coin is "Proof in silver FDC" or "Proof piedfort in silver FDC" ?

A piedfort is twice the normal weight and thickness.

shahbavar said...

it seems i have a type 4 coin... what is it worth? can anyone tell me?

Man said...

it seems i have a type 4 coin... what is it worth?

About 2 times the regular value, so in low circulating grade about $0.30.

Although scarce it still was made by the millions.

becky said...

I have a silver 1992 10 pence coin and i was wondering what it is worth. this is what it looks like but not my coin. https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=SQmhR21bOsG-1M&tbnid=26Y-ATohOwXlgM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fjamilacoinsandnotescollection.blogspot.com%2F2010%2F11%2Funited-kingdom-24.html&ei=LyJVUY_xJ4TziQL7tYCYBw&bvm=bv.44442042,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNFontb-mmZZqEKLhkaVSbT86WtTgQ&ust=1364620192978727

Man said...

a silver 1992 10 pence coin

About $0.15 but the type you have is unclear.

Anonymous said...

A silver 10 pence 1992. It has some small letters next to Queen ElizabethII : D'G'REG'F'D'1992

Man said...

A silver 10 pence 1992. It has some small letters next to Queen ElizabethII : D'G'REG'F'D'1992

It should not have any even in the pure silver varieties.

Possibly a die clash error or something added after leaving the mint. No extra value.

Without clear images I cannot be certain.

pratima nishad said...

I have a 10 pence coin.I'll like to know the value of it in rupees. on the back of the coin Elizabeth II D.G.reg.F.D.1992 is written.

Man said...

10 pence coin.I'll like to know the value of it in rupees. on the back of the coin Elizabeth II D.G.reg.F.D.1992

About 9 rupees.

Anonymous said...

What is the value of the 1992 ten pence that the l, i and a are between the beads and the 1of10 is pointed at the bead and the lion only has four hairs under the stomach?

Man said...

1992 ten pence that the l, i and a are between the beads and the 1of10 is pointed at the bead and the lion only has four hairs under the stomach?

Most common about $0.15

E services said...

I have D-G•REG•F•D•1975 ELIZABETH •II
and 1000 mil cruzados banco centraL DO BRASIL
B 1495001242 A

NEW PENCE 10 ( SILVER or gillet ) 12 g

WANT TO KNOW THE VALUE ?
Want to sell.
91-9997864030.


EMAIL-irshad999786@gmail.com

Man said...

D-G•REG•F•D•1975 ELIZABETH •II
--I need more information

1000 mil cruzados banco centraL DO BRASIL
B 1495001242 A
--About $3.00

NEW PENCE 10 ( SILVER or gillet ) 12 g
--What year, this should not be real silver.

E services said...

D-G•REG•F•D•1975 ELIZABETH •II 1975

What you want to know ?

Man said...

D-G•REG•F•D•1975 ELIZABETH •II 1975

What you want to know ?


What denomination?

sameer jain said...

I Have D-G•REG•F•D•1992 ELIZABETH •II 1992. please tell me the value

Man said...

D-G•REG•F•D•1992 ELIZABETH •II 1992

What denomination?

Anonymous said...

I have an Elizabeth II D G REG year 2000 fifty pence piece what is the value

Man said...

Elizabeth II D G REG year 2000 fifty pence piece

Just face value, $0.50.