How much is my First World War Army £2 coin worth?

First World War Army
The 2016 First World War Centenary Army design is the thirtysixth rarest £2 coin in circulation and has a value of 2 pounds, but collectors of coins currently pay £2.62* to own this coin.

Change Checking Chances: When receiving a £2 coin in your change you have about a 1 in 56 chance of finding this design.
Coin Year Entered Circulation Active Circulation*
2016 9,550,000 6,112,000

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eBay sellers offer this circulation coin for sale. You should expect to pay between £2.51 and £2.80 plus postage. Take a look at current listings for sale on eBay: First World War Army £2 Coin

Do you have one to sell?: If you list your First World War Army coin on eBay, you can expect to receive £4.62 which includes an assumed postage charge of 2 pounds. If receiving payment by PayPal, total fees would be in the region of £0.62. Actual prices achieved when selling online will depend on the condition of the coin, the listing wording and coin images used. Some people also sell on coin related Facebook groups.

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All price and value information displayed is based on recent eBay sold prices (excluding delivery charge) for 162 items listed as First World War Army 2 coin. Prices gathered will most likely be for a circulated example of the coin. Uncirculated, BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) or Proof coins would be expected to achieve higher prices.

Additional Information about this coin:

Coin NameFirst World War Army
DetailsTo mark, and to remember, the role and contribution of the Army in the First World War
In CirculationYes
Design By:Tim Sharp

Page Notes: Entered Circulation data is from The Royal Mint website. *Active Circulation is an estimated figure based on an assumed year on year reduction in circulating coins. *Coin value is the mid point price based on eBay sold prices. Coin value range is based on a 10% range of ordered prices around the mid point.