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    Money, money, money.

    Post by Jan1 on Tue Aug 01 2017, 11:40

    Do you collect coins, or stamps?
    Perhaps you have a favourite collection of books?

    I used to collect stamps, my Dad enjoyed doing this and tried to get me interested ... I don't think it lasted long, although it did enable me to get a stamp collectors badge! LOL!

    Many folks collect money, although I guess most don't have it in their pockets that long - because it goes to pay the bills!

    If you should like Royal Mint special launches of coins and have grandchildren who adore Beatrix Potter this article today may be of interest. Smile

    "Royal Mint about to launch stunning new Tom Kitten 50p coins to mark Beatrix Potter's birth - and you'll need to be FAST to get one

    The Royal Mint is set to unveil a new, limited edition 50p piece this summer, as it continues to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the late children's author, Beatrix Potter.

    The new coin - which will feature a mischievous Tom Kitten - will go on sale in August, and will follow in the footsteps of Jemima Puddleduck, Squirrel Nutkin and Mrs Tiggywinkle in 2016, and Peter Rabbit and Jeremy Fisher earlier this year .

    The coins are part of the Royal Mint's celebratory collection in honour of Beatrix Potter - the literary genius behind children's classics The Tale of Peter Rabbit and The Tale Squirrel Nutkin.

    Tom Kitten - which is expected in just a matter of weeks - will be available to buy in both colour and silver at the Royal Mint's online store.

    It leaves one final edition - Benjamin Bunny - which is expected out in the autumn."

    "The coins won't enter circulation, so to get one, you'll have to pay - they usually come in at around £60 each.
    If you're a new collector, you can still buy a Jeremy Fisher 50p coin or Peter Rabbit 50p at - although all colour editions have now sold out."

    Read and see more here

    All the best Jan
    chris c

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    Re: Money, money, money.

    Post by chris c on Fri Aug 04 2017, 01:51

    Limited Edition money, that just about sums up the current government.

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