10p coin struck in 2018 and 2019 to celebrate Mackintosh coats as part of the A to Z of things that make Britain great.
UNC Mintage: 139,254
Can be found in change: 220,000 coins created to enter circulation. Available to purchase in Uncirculated quality from release date: 01 March 2018.
Coin Value - How much is my M - Mackintosh 10p coin worth?
In good circulated condition this 10p coin is worth about £2.25. Uncirculated 10p prices started at £2.00 on issue, as new M - Mackintosh UNC 10p coins would likely sell for a bit more than the circulation coin value shown.
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This 10p in Uncirculated quality was included in these coin packs / sets:
M 10p Uncirculated in a clear pouch
Available to purchase on the release date 01 March 2018 for £2 from The Royal Mint.
Packs Sold: 87,820
M 10p Uncirculated in a clear pouch is available to buy from Coin Hunter for £3 plus delivery.
M 10p Uncirculated in Royal Mint card
Available to purchase on the release date 01 March 2018 for £4 from The Royal Mint.
Packs Sold: 13,442
2018 All 26 Coins Quintessentially British A-Z 10p Coins
Available to purchase on the release date 01 March 2018 for £52 from The Royal Mint.
Packs Sold: 37,992
Coin Reverse (tails side)
A Mackintosh and the letter M
Design by: The Royal Mint TeamCoin Obverse (heads side)
5th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Jody Clark with the inscription "ELIZABETH II • DEI • GRA • REG • F • D • TEN PENCE • 2018 •".Coin Specification
Alloy: Nickel-plated steel
Coin Hunter CH codes: CH2018M
This coin uses Coin Hunter search codes to identify the coin based on any date shown on the coin and words shown on the reverse of the coin.
The code is made up of CH then a 4 digit year date, in this case 2018 and one word from the tails side of the coin M no spaces are used, so the code for this coin is CH2018M.
You can enter this quick search code in Google to find information about the M - Mackintosh 10p coin, such as current value and mintage figures where published by The Royal Mint.
Next time you find a coin in your change and want to know if it's worth more than face value - just look at the coin and enter the CH code into Google search.