Hi, After my research your 50p: Squirrel Nutkin, Circulating mintage: 5,000,000, Years of issue: 2016 has a value in today's market at auction in good condition £8.00 + to excellent condition £12.00 +, and your 50p: Benjamin Bunny Circulating mintage: 25,000,000, Years of issue: 2017 has a value in today's market at auction in good condition £5.00 + to excellent condition £10.00 +, depending on the collector. I hope this helps you. Thanks Mike
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The Royal Mint is honouring Beatrix Potter with a series of 50p coins and this Squirrel Nutkin 50p is the fifth release. ‘The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin’ features the impertinent, yet loveable, red squirrel named Nutkin and his escape from an owl called Old Brown, whose character is featured on this 50p coin. Designed by Emma Noble, the loveable rogue squirrel features at the very heart of the coin – with his whiskers and once bushy tail captured in great detail.
The 2017 Benjamin Bunny 50p coin has been issued to celebrate one of Beatrix Potter's most loved children's tales, 'The tale of Benjamin Bunny'. This is the first UK coin to feature Benjamin Bunny and is part of the second series of 50ps which proved to be extremely popular with coin collectors in 2016. Designed by Emma Noble, the coin features Benjamin dressed in his little brown jacket and over-sized Tam o' Shanter.