The Royal Mint has revealed a brand new 50p collectable coin that includes Winnie-the-Pooh and his associates Piglet, Owl, Eeyore, Rabbit, Tigger, Kanga and Roo.
The design of the coin is impressed by the unique illustrations of EH Shepard taken from the pages of AA Milne’s traditional tales, first revealed in 1926.
It’s that can be purchased in gold, silver, good uncirculated, and special-edition color variations, with costs starting from £10 to £1,065.
The primary three designs within the Winnie-the-Pooh and Associates assortment have been launched final 12 months, that includes Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin and Piglet.
The Royal Mint’s designer Daniel Thorne, who’s behind the nine-coin Winnie-the-Pooh collection, mentioned: “Utilizing inspiration from the unique decorations of EH Shepard has been a unbelievable expertise however one which has additionally examined me as a designer.
“With every design, a lot care and a focus has been given to remastering the enduring decorations for the canvas of a coin whereas staying true to the texts folks know and love.
“I additionally wished so as to add one thing additional particular for collectors, with the bee motif.
“Impressed by the unique decorations the buzzy bee from the storybooks options on every of the 9 cash within the assortment.
“I hope collectors can recognize the wonder in every design within the vary and benefit from the particular color editions.”
Clare Maclennan, the Royal Mint’s divisional director of commemorative coin, mentioned: “Winnie-the-Pooh is a treasured kids’s traditional which, very like the favored pastime of coin gathering, has been handed down by means of generations.
“As we have fun 95 years of Winnie-the-Pooh, the most recent design that includes Pooh and associates is a becoming tribute to the much-loved adventures.
“Followers of Winnie-the-Pooh can benefit from the cash individually, or as a part of the nine-coin assortment launched over three years.
“We’re buzzing with pleasure to deliver these great characters and reminiscences to life on a collectable 50p coin collection.”