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Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change
Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change

Rare 2007 50 pence with fault Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change

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Rare 2007 50 pence with fault

Most valuable and rarest error coins got in change was in circulation that could be worth up to ££££££

The Royal Mint manufactures a lot of coins a day but sometimes things go wrong during the minting process.

what is the difference between a mis-strike and an error 

Put simply, a true error is caused by human mistake, such as the wrong die or metal being used to strike a coin, whereas a mis-strike is created by the mass production process, as hundreds of thousands of coins are struck, meaning variations are bound to occur, especially when dies and machinery become worn.

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