2021 UK Charles Babbage 50p Display Card
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JUST 4,995 available - Limited Edition Charles Babbage 50p Display Card

The latest coin in the UK’s Innovation in Science 50p series has just been released, commemorating computer pioneer, Charles Babbage.

Charles Babbage designed the first automatic computing machine, known as the Difference Engine, in the 1820’s. His great work has shaped the lives we live today, earning him the title, ‘Father of Computers’.

This brand new 50p, designed by Nigel Tudman and Jas Bhamra, features a clever design which links Babbage’s extraordinary machinery to the digital age.

LIMITED EDITION – Charles Babbage 50p Display Card

The 2021 UK Charles Babbage 50p has been struck to a superior Brilliant Uncirculated quality and carefully encapsulated in Official Change Checker packaging.

Your expertly encapsulated 50p coin has then been carefully housed in the bespoke Change Checker Limited Edition Charles Babbage Display Card, featuring themed artwork.

Inside the Display Card you will find the Certificate of Authenticity, confirming the specifications of your superior quality 50p coin and – importantly – the strict worldwide Edition Limit of the Display Card at JUST 4,995.

Secure yours today

Only 4,995 collectors worldwide will have the opportunity to own the 2021 UK Charles Babbage 50p coin alongside the Change Checker Limited Edition Charles Babbage Display Card.

Don’t miss the change to become one of these collectors! Secure yours today for JUST £5.99 (+p&p).

Order Ref 185/919H/0

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Coin Diameter: 27.30mm
  • Coin Weight: 8.00g
  • Obverse Designer: Jody Clark
  • Reverse Designer: Nigel Tudman and Jas Bhamra
  • Metal: Cupro-Nickel
  • Finish: Brilliant Uncirculated

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.