The Paddington at the Station 50p was one of two coins released in 2018 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Paddington Bear. The design by David Knapton shows Paddington sat on a suitcase at Paddington Station with a train in the background. The fifty pence piece is uncirculated and protected in a small plastic wallet.
The Paddington at the Station 50p coin can be found in your change, coins entered circulation dated 2018.
This coin was designed by David Knapton and features a portrait of the Queen by Jody Clark.
If you need this 50p for your coin collection and you have not found one checking your change, you can now buy this uncirculated quality coin for £2.99 from Coin Hunter.
What do we mean by uncirculated quality? This is a coin created by The Royal Mint for circulation, but the coin never entered circulation. Your 50p coin is taken directly from the first sealed bag it was placed in after minting and put into a protective plastic coin wallet. Uncirculated coins are shiny, but will have a few contact marks where they have knocked against other coins in production and transit.