|The Very Highest Quality Advice...|
|Urgent Health Warning - Undated Twenty Pence Mule Coins|
2008 First Type Twenty Pence
2008 Second Type Twenty Pence
2008 Undated Mule Type Twenty Pence
Do not touch any 20 pence coins!
At least not until you have read this page.
It is possible that a terrorist organisation, possibly Al Qaeda have somehow infiltrated the Royal Mint, and contaminated their entire production of twenty pence coins with some kind of virus or nerve agent.
If touched by human hand, this can induce a state of hysteria in
Symptoms of this dangerous outbreak and therefore signs to watch out for include, but are not limited to the following:-
Gordon Brown is expected to launch a public enquiry into the affair, but
its meetings may need to may be held in private to protect national
We were unable to get any Government minister to comment on these reports.
Our advice for the present is to avoid handling coins if at all
possible, particularly twenty pences, and use protective gloves if it is
necessary to handle as part of your job. You should always wash your
hands after handling coins.
It is also advisable to stay alert, keep a cool head. If you feel any sensation of overheating, take a cold shower, and sit quietly in a cool, well ventilated room.
If you are aware of any old people who may be affected, try to check up on them to ensure they remain safe.
We will post further news bulletins as this strange situation develops.
Undated Twenty Pence Mule Coins - Our Buy / Sell Advice
Twenty Pence Coins on eBay
There are many press reports about 20p coins worth £7,000 or £700 or £50; many based on purported sales on eBay...
Other Recent Mules
More To Follow
About 20 more media errors to follow, right now, I'm going home for a beer. More tomorrow...
Our Original London Mint Office Page
Please, if you are going to ask us whether the 20p or £2 coin you own is worth £50, please, please, please read our other pages about them first, and even then the answer is almost certainly no.
Two Pound Necklet Rumour
About 1,000 people every week read one or more of our pages about £2 coins. Hopefully most manage to find what they wanted. A tiny percentage, but still about 20 per week ask us whether a £2 they have found in change / in a drawer / been given is worth more than £2. The answer to 99% of these questions is already on our site. We do not have the time or patience to answer such questions individually.
We also buy coins, please see our We Buy Coins page.
|...at the Lowest Possible Price|
32 - 36 Harrowside, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY4 1RJ, England.|
Telephone (44) - (0) 1253 - 343081 ; Fax 408058; E-mail:
The URL for our main page is: https://24carat.co.uk