eBay is a great place to find a rare coin just like this Peter Rabbit 50p coin.
The coin, minted in 2016, is a silver proof coin, which makes it one of the rarest varieties.
A new silver proof Peter Rabbit 50p coin is being sold by Royal Mint for 2018 currently, but all of the £60 coins have been reserved.
The specific piece has proved quite a hit with the collectors.
This coin was sold by eBay user “j911knv”, from Newbridge, who said of the coin: “This is the official coin produced by The Royal Mint to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Beatrix Potter.
“Only 15,000 of this coin were produced and has subsequently been discontinued.
“This is the most popular coin out of the Beatrix Potter coin collection and was quickly sold out within a few days.”
The item comes beautifully presented in a Perspex box with an information booklet inspired by Beatrix Potter’s own illustrations.
A bidding war broke out over this piece, and 12 bids in total were made on it by six bidders.
The Royal Mint Beatrix Potter coins are some of the most cherished among the mint’s creations.
Now newer coins have been added to the selection for fans of the cute illustrations and their quaint stories.
These include a Flopsy Bunny coin, the wife of Benjamin Bunny, and a coin for the Tailor of Gloucester story.
Another 50p has sold for £5,000. The Battle of Hastings 50p coin went for the enormous sum on eBay.
This is a huge amount of money, but is the coin really worth that much?
In fact, it has a scarcity rating of one, meaning it is among the most common 50p coins.
There are 6,700,000 of the coins in circulation, meaning they are not worth a huge sum of money.
What are the rarest coins in the UK?
Express.co.uk revealed the £1, £2, 50p, 20p and 10p coins that could make you hundreds of pounds.
These include the dateless 20ps, which are actually part of a run from 2008. There may be between 50,000 and 200,000 of these coins in circulation.
The 1983 ‘New Pence’ 2p coin can also sell for a huge sum, up to £650.