Table Tennis made its Olympic debut in Seoul in 1988. Since then, China has won 16 of the 20 gold medals awarded, including all five in the men's doubles and women's singles. The table tennis 50p was designed by Alan Linsdell, a retired illustrator who is a big fan of the sport.
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Table Tennis 50p . Mintage: 1,737,500. Estimated Value: £2.50 to £3.50. Table tennis has only been an Olympic event since 1988 for both men and women in singles and doubles. The table tennis 50p or ping pong 50p as it is referred to by some depicts a table in the background.
The Sports Collection Table Tennis 50p was designed by Alan Linsdell. Tennis Olympic 50p £ 5.89
The Table Tennis Olympic 50p coin features a design by Alan Linsdell of two table tennis bats with a table tennis table in the background. As usual, the London 2012 Olympic logo is found at the top of the coin. More Information. The Table Tennis event at the London 2012 Olympics featured 174 athletes in total, with 86 men and 88 women.
The Sports Collection Table Tennis 50p was designed by Alan Linsdell. 2011 mintage of 1737500 entered circulation to represent Table Tennis being part of the London 2012 Olympics. The Table Tennis 50p coin is worth 50p but as a collectors item we value a good condition circulation London 2012 50p Sports Collection - Table Tennis fifty pence at £1.76.
London 2012 All Olympic 50p Coins incl Triathlon Football Judo Wrestling Hockey. £3.70. £0.99 postage. 26 sold. 1 x 2011 Table Tennis London Olympics 2012 50p Fifty Pence Coin. Circulated/Rare. £3.45. Free postage.
What’s the Table Tennis 50p Olympic coin worth? £5.50 for a carded BUNC coin. Additional information. Weight. 8 g.
Denomination: 50p. Year: 2011. Circulation: Yes. Estimated Value: £2.25. Mintage: 1,737,500. This London 2012 Table Tennis 50p features two table tennis bats against the background of a table and net, with the London 2012 Paralympic logo above and the denomination, “50 PENCE”, below. It is designed by Alan Linsdell.