Mrs. Tittlemouse™ 2018 50p Silver Coin Gift Set | The Royal Mint

Mrs. Tittlemouse™ 2018 UK 50p Silver Proof Coin & Book Gift Set

  • Coin & Book Gift Set includes:
  • The first and only official United Kingdom coin to feature Mrs. Tittlemouse™
  • Struck in sterling silver and finished to Proof standard
  • Enhanced by colour printing
  • An exclusive book cover designed for the set
  • Endorsed by Frederick Warne & Co. (a Penguin Random House company)
Price: £120.00
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  • Product code: UK18TMGS
  • Limited Edition Presentation: 3500

The House-proud Little Mouse Captured in Colour, on the Last Beatrix Potter Coin of 2018

Beatrix Potter’s captivating world set in the British countryside has been enjoyed by generations of children and adults around the world. The author and illustrator had a love of the natural world, giving her work a timeless quality that is as popular as ever. In 2016 we began a series celebrating the life and work of Beatrix Potter, and the coins featuring her countryside characters have been snapped up by loyal fans every year since. Mrs. Tittlemouse, the house-proud wood mouse, is the latest Beatrix Potter character to feature on an official UK 50p coin and she completes the 2018 collection.

The design for this coin celebrates Beatrix Potter’s own watercolour illustrations. Mrs. Tittlemouse carries the basket she uses to gather her dinner, with the finest of details captured in colour printing on the coin’s small surface. This limited edition sterling silver coin is finished to Proof standard and comes in a clear acrylic presentation case for safekeeping. It is also accompanied by a booklet with information on the story and quotes from Beatrix Potter’s original tales.

Mrs. Tittlemouse™ 2018 UK 50p Silver Proof Coin & Book Gift Set

Denomination 50p
Maximum Coin Mintage 40000
Weight 8.00g
Diameter 27.30mm
Reverse Designer Emma Noble
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Proof
Year 2018
Pure Metal Type Silver

The story behind our
2018 collection

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