Rare 2 Pound Coins
Valuation for 2007 1807

How much is my 2007 Slave Trade £2 Coin worth?

2007 £2 Coin Slave Trade
Two pound coin struck to commemorate the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade 1807 - 2007

2007 Circulation £2 is worth:

How rare is the Slave Trade 2007 £2?

Change Checking Chance:
1 in 67*

Circulation Mintage:

The Slave Trade £2 Coin can be found in your change: 8,445,000 coins dated 2007 were struck to enter circulation. When receiving a £2 coin in your change you have about a 1 in 67* chance of finding this coin.

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1807 £2 Coin

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*Change checking chance is calculated based on the 2007 mintage for the Abolition of the Slave Trade £2 and 567,677,688 (The total number of two pounds that have entered circulation). The actual chance of finding this coin in change will depend on how many are no longer in circulation. Damaged coins are removed from circulation and 2007 1807 £2's held in collections are effectively not in circulation at present.

To find out more about this £2 coin, visit the Slave Trade £2 Coin page on the Coin Hunter website.

Additional Information about this coin

Design by: David Gentleman

Edge Inscription: AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER

Abolition of the Slave Trade Coin Specification
Denomination: £2
Alloy: Cupronickel (inner) Nickel-Brass (outer)
Weight: 12g
Diameter: 28.4mm
Quality: CIRC
Year: 2007