One Out, One In

Posted by Mik Smith on

[Doh! - image reblogged from ministryofmorale.com]
[Doh! - image reblogged from ministryofmorale.com]
 
  So, another week and two new items of coin related news!
 
The Brexit fifty pence has been scrapped.
 
  Well, what a surprise.  I mean, did anyone really expect this to happen when they said it would?  I suppose we may see the Brexit fifty pence emerge at some point but when this will actually be is quite another question altogether.  One that sits quite comfortably alongside, ‘When will our nation cease to be governed by numpties?’
 
  As far as I am concerned, a far more interesting thought would be, ‘Will any of these coins manage to escape the crusher?’  Because if they do, they will be worth a serious amount of dollar….
 
  Oh, and the salt in the wound with the Brexit fifty pence?  It was actually going to be put into circulation!
 
  Ha ha ha.  Ironic isn’t it?
 
[image reblogged from heart.co.uk]
[image reblogged from heart.co.uk]
 
The Wallace and Gromit 50p has been released.
 
  Yup, it’s upon us.  And (brace yourselves everyone)…. Wallace and Gromit will not be going into general circulation. 
 
  (Personally I didn’t have to pick myself up off the floor after learning this).
  At first glance it doesn’t look too bad (could have been a whole lot better) but it does appear to be a nicer coin than any of the Paddington ones (although most coins are).
 
  And the big question with this subject is…… ‘Have they sated themselves with releasing child-orientated coins yet?’  God, I do hope so.
 
  Bored, bored, bored.
 
 
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3 comments


  • Hahahahahahahhhahahaa

    Mik Smith on

  • Wallace

    Wallace lives at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan, along with his dog Gromit. His surname is never given. He usually wears a white shirt, brown wool trousers, a green knitted pullover, and a red tie. He is fond of cheese, especially Wensleydale,10 and crackers.

    Roger Charlesworth on

  • Hmm

    So what on Earth does Caseus Praestans mean? Well if my Latin holds up it means Outstanding Cheese.

    So, the NEXT question my friends is why on Earth is it here? Since I am NOT a Grovel & Vomit aficionado I shall leave that to you!

    Roger Charlesworth on

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