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2016 Team GB 50p

The Team GB 50p was struck to support the Great Britain team in the 2016 Rio Olympics. The design by Tim Sharp shows the Team GB logo and Olympic rings above a swimmer doing a butterfly stroke.
Team GB 50p
Team GB
2016 circulation coin

How much is it worth?

Collector Value: £1.24 is a mid-point price for Team GB 50p coins marked as sold on eBay UK. The price range for a good condition circulated example of this 50p coin is between £1.14 and £1.25.

Coin values based on 119 eBay sales selected from data collected 16/11/2019 10:12:03.

How rare is this coin?

Scarcity: 6,400,000 Team GB 50p coins were struck for circulation showing the date 2016. 50p mintage figures are from The Royal Mint website, this coin design can be found in your change.
Alloy
Cupro-nickel
Weight
8.00g
Diameter
27.3mm
Reverse Designer
Tim Sharp
Obverse Designer
Jody Clark
Year
2016
Mintage
6,400,000

Buy, swap or sell this coin

 Every UK circulation 50p coin is available to buy from eBay. When buying look to pay about £1.14 for a good condition circulated example. If selling aim for the high range value of £1.25
Buy a Team GB 50p on eBay for £1.14 - This 50p coin is offered for sale on eBay, whether it is an example from circulation, a brilliant uncirculated coin or as a precious metal presentation issued in 2016 by The Royal Mint.

Sell your Team GB coin on eBay for £1.25 to receive £0.65 - The seller pays fees on eBay, final value fees on coins sold is 10% and PayPal fees are usually 2.9% + 30p. If you sell for £1.25 (£2.25 including £1 postage) you will receive £0.65 after eBay fees of £0.23 and PayPal fees of £0.37 are deducted.


Join a Facebook coin group, use one of these templates to add a buy, swap or sell post to a group.
 Coin prices on Facebook groups tend to be lower than eBay as there is no 10% final value fee to pay. Coin groups are online communities of people with an interest in coins, join a group such as Coin Hunt to buy, swap or sell.
Buy: I'm looking for a circulation 2016 Team GB 50p. If you have one available, please let me know a price for the coin and postage.

You should expect to pay about £0.95 plus cost price postage. If you're happy with the price and the seller will provide proof of posting (if not using a signed for postal service), ask the seller to comment on your post with a named and dated picture of the coin.

If the coin looks fine, you can then give your postal address and get their PayPal details in private messages.

Make a payment for the total including postage to the PayPal address given by the seller. A seller may ask for you to use PayPal Friends & Family (F&F), as there are no fees deducted from the total received by the seller. Always pay using PayPal Goods & Services (G&S) unless you have dealt with the seller before and trust them to send the coin.

Swap: I would like to do a coin swap. My available swap coins are shown in the picture, I am looking for a circulation 2016 Team GB 50p. If you have one available to swap, let me know what you would like in exchange.

Add a picture to your post that clearly shows your swap coins next to a piece of paper showing your name and todays date (hand written).

If a fair swap and method of posting is agreed, you can then go to private message to exchange address details.

Sell: For sale: 2016 Team GB 50p. £0.95 PayPal F&F or £1.29 PayPal G&S (Including fees of 2.9% + 30p). Cost price post of your choice, proof of postage will be provided.

Add a picture to your post that clearly shows the actual coin you're selling, along with hand written name and date to prove you have the coin in hand.

Coin condition and quality

The value of a coin is always related to the condition. A Team GB 50p coin in good circulated condition (A few small contact marks on the coin, but retains some original shine and most of the original design detail.) will be worth more than a worn down battered coin.

Prices shown on this page relate to coins created for circulation. All 50p coins have also been available to buy in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) quality. These are coins produced to a higher standard that show more detail and have none of the marks and scratches that will be seen on all circulation quality coins.

Some coins made for circulation remain "Uncirculated" as they have been kept in or taken from the original sealed coin bag they were packed in after being sent out from The Royal Mint. These are still circulation quality coins - but may keep more of the orginal shine and have a few less contact marks, which can make them more desirable to collectors.

Coins not in sealed bags or held in a collection out of the 6,400,000 Team GB 50p coins struck will have now been in circulation for 3 years.

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