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Winnie the Pooh Collection

The Winnie the Pooh Collection

We celebrate Eeyore, the blue-grey donkey with a kind and generous nature, on the seventh coin in the collection, closely followed by Kanga and Roo as they bound onto the penultimate coin of the series, later in springtime. Disney’s Winnie the Pooh often meets with his loyal friends in the Hundred Acre Wood to seek out an adventure or ‘expotition’ as they’re sometimes known, so it’s rather fitting that Pooh and some of his closest friends gather for one last time on the final coin in the Winnie the Pooh and Friends UK 50p Coin Collection, this summer.

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Winnie the Pooh and Friends

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‘Good morning, Pooh Bear,’ said Eeyore gloomily.

Don’t miss Eeyore, the blue-grey donkey, who often misplaces his tail, as he features on the seventh coin in the Winnie the Pooh and Friends UK 50p Coin Collection.

 

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HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN – CHAPTER III

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HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN – CHAPTER III

LEARN MORE ABOUT WINNIE THE POOH & FRIENDS

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LEARN MORE ABOUT WINNIE THE POOH & FRIENDS

HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN - CHAPTER II

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HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN - CHAPTER II

EXPLORE THE HUNDRED ACRE WOOD

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EXPLORE THE HUNDRED ACRE WOOD

HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN - CHAPTER I

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HOW WE PUT POOH ON A COIN - CHAPTER I
 

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©Disney. Based on the “Winnie the Pooh” works by A. A. Milne and E. H. Shepard.

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