Ebay is a popular online hotspot for coin collectors on the look out for the most rare and valuable coin pieces.
One rare 50p coin with a frog design is listed for a hefty sum on the auction website.
The 50p coin, which has been viewed by six people in the last hour at the time of writing, is listed for the Buy It Now price of £900.
The listing is titled: “Very rare – Mr Jeremy Fisher, 50p coin, year 2017, USED!”
It is being sold by eBay user joro-atc, who has a 100 per cent positive feedback rating on the website.
The listing is being watched by 70 users across the eBay site, suggesting the demand for this coin.
The accompanying description reads: “Very rare and in very good condition, it is used but it is still shiny and brilliant.”
So what is distinctive about this coin? The Royal Mint website gives some background as to its origins.
It explains it is one of a series of coins dedicated to the works of children’s author Beatrix Potter.
The description reads: “Mr. Jeremy Fisher stars in the eighth of the little tales, a story of an eventful fishing trip that ends in Jeremy narrowly escaping being a trout’s dinner.
“‘The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher’ gives us a wider glimpse into the charming world Beatrix Potter created, as we meet some interesting friends in the story including Mr. Alderman Ptolemy Tortoise and Sir Isaac Newton.
“Mr. Jeremy Fisher has been captured on this Brilliant Uncirculated 50p coin – the first time the famous fisherman has featured on an official United Kingdom coin.
“The coin comes in a fold-out case, inspired by Beatrix’s own watercolour illustrations, including more details about Jeremy’s tale.”
It is not just rare 50p coins which are listed on the eBay website.
Earlier this week, a rare £2 coin was listed on the buying and selling platform.
The rare coin has been listed for the whopping price of £250 on the eBay website.
It is a Shakespeare Histories design first minted in 2016 which has a crown, sword and rose design.
The coin is listed by eBay user katipratte_0, who has a 100 per cent positive feedback rating on the platform.
The description reads: “One of three coins issued in 2016 to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of playwright William Shakespeare.
“This one represents history related plays and shows a crown and sword.”