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2008 First Type Twenty Pence
2008 First Type Twenty Pence
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Second Type Twenty Pence
2008 Second Type Twenty Pence
Twenty Pence Index

2008 Undated Mule Type Twenty Pence
2008 Undated Mule Type Twenty Pence
Undated Twenty Pence Mule Coins - Buy / Sell Advice
We are receiving hundreds of phone calls about the (2008) undated error mule 20p coins, asking what they are worth and other questions. We give some advice about buying & selling.

How Much Are the Mules Worth?
The simplest and most accurate answer to this question is "As much as somebody is prepared to pay you for it".
This may at first sight appear to be an over-simplistic reply, but it is actually the only concise and accurate answer to the question. We will give a short time-line first:

Our Advice To Owners / Sellers

Our Advice To Buyers / Collectors / Investors

Update - December 2013
The 2013 edition of Spink values these coins at £100. We would currently be happy to pay £20 for one in a reasonable condition and £50 for a minty one.

Other Points to Note
The "rare" mule error coins are undated on both sides.
If there is a date on either side, it is one of the normal, common types, and only worth 20 pence.

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