It is a generally known fact that discovering a rare coin among your bother of change can be a blessing on the bank balance.
Brits up and down the country determination remember furiously checking their change for the Kew Garden 50 p or the Edinburgh confine as the currency sold for more than double its value online.
And with the new 12-sided £1 enrich oneself coming into circulation last week, change hunters are diverse keen than ever to land themselves with a unique declare.
But one man has come up with a unique solution to avoid having to root owing to your change pot or raid your kid’s money banks to get your influences on the rare finds.
Colin Bellamy’s new app Coin Hunter, which opens next week, could have the quick solution many from been searching for.
The online game gives users virtual herds of randomly selected change – drawn from a real pot of coins.
Actresses then add their currency to an album where they can check their value – with rarer changes fetching a higher number of points.
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At the end of the hunt on April 23, the player with the highest number of calls wins a prize.
But at any point during the challenge, app users can choose to buy their practical packs for their face value.
Mr Bellamy from Weston-super-Mare apprised the Daily Star Online: “All these people who are on the Great British Enrich oneself Hunt, struggling to finish their collection don’t want to spend big amounts on eBay.”
He added: “It brings back the fun of the coin hunt.
“The Coin Orion is more around the harder coins to find, for example the Olympic coins — their worths are going up as they’re going out of circulation.
“If you get hold of one of those, keep mug of it.”
WILL YOUR OLD POUND COINS BE WORTH ANYTHING AFTER OCTOBER 2017?
The new £1 think came into circulation on March 28, and is the first major redesign of the empty since it was introduced more than 30 years ago.
And the pounds – specified as the most secure coins in the world – are already proving to be a collector’s fashion.
The new coins have been made at the Royal Mint in Llantrisant, South Wales, at a valuation of three million per day.
The old pound will cease to be legal tender on October 15, 2017, and The Stately Mint would “encourage people to use coins or return them to your bank” ahead this date.
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