Royal Mint

Girlguiding 50p

100 Years Girlguiding 50p value

How much is the Girl guide 50p worth?

From our own manual research of completed sales on ebay.co.uk we have seen coins selling for:

  • Girl guide 50p Circulated Coin £1
  • Girlguiding 50p Brilliant Uncirculated Coin £8
  • Girlguiding 50p Silver Proof Coin £20
  • Girlguiding 50p Piedfort Silver Proof Coin £30

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This coin was re-issued by The Royal mint in 2019 as part of the 50 years of the 50p coins.

Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

Girlguiding 50p
Girlguiding 50p

Coin Pack

100 Years of Girlguiding 50p BU
100 Years of Girlguiding 50p BU

Example BU Coin in original coin pack, we have seen other designs for sale.

Coin Specifications

Issued 2010
Diameter 27.30mm
Weight 8.00g
Thickness 1.78mm
Composition Cupro-nickel
(75% copper, 25% nickel)
Obverse Designer Portrait of Her Majesty the Queen 2010 – Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
Reverse Designer Jonathan Evans and Donna Hainan
Edge Plain
Mintage 7,410,090

On the 8th of February 2010, The Royal Mint celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the Girl Guides Association by launching a Girlguiding 50p centenary coin range.

The reverse features ‘The Trefoil’ allocated in a circle surrounded by the wording ‘Celebrating One Hundred Years of Girlguiding UK’ and the denomination ‘50 Pence’.

It has the wording Elizabeth II as well as the year date 2010, on the obverse.

The 50 pence coins available included circulated, brilliant uncirculated, Silver Proof, Silver Proof Piedfort, and Gold Proof Coins for you to add to your collection.

For new coin collectors, “Piedfort” means “double-thickness”.

Girl Guide 50p Mintage Figures

If you want to know how many Girlguiding 50p piece coins were made, the minted quantities quoted by The Royal Mint for this coin are:

2010 Girlguiding 50p coins list Maximum Mintage
Gold Proof Coin 1,000 (355 sold)
Piedfort Silver Proof Coin – in a presentation case with COA 1,500
Silver Proof Coin – in a presentation case with COA 20,000 (5,271 sold)
Brilliant Uncirculated coin – comes in a colourful presentation folder blister pack 50,000

The source of the Mintage information is The Royal Mint website.

The 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Girl Guides

By 1910 Robert Baden-Powell’s scouting movement was taking off all over the world, so he asked his sister Agnes to start a similar group for girls.

Through a mixture of fun, adventure and friendship the movement has inspired each new generation to face the challenging of growing up and to be the best they can be.

The trefoil logo represents the threefold promise of the Guides – ‘I promise that I will do my best, to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people, and to keep the Guide Law.’

The Girl Guides is the largest girl-only organisation in Britain.

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