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Little Miss Sunshine coin joins commemorative collection

Vicky Shaw, PA Personal Finance Correspondent
·1-min read

A coin celebrating Little Miss Sunshine has gone on sale as part of the Royal Mint’s commemorative Mr Men and Little Miss collection.

The £5 vibrant yellow coin is the final one to be released in the series, which also features Mr Happy and Little Miss Giggles with Mr Strong.

Jenni Falconer
Presenter Jenni Falconer unveils the Royal Mint’s new £5 Little Miss Sunshine coin (Matt Crossick/PA)

All three coin designs have been created by Adam Hargreaves, son of creator Roger Hargreaves, to celebrate the characters’ 50th anniversary.

Brilliant uncirculated versions of the coins feature the latest colour printing techniques showcasing the characters in vivid colour.

TV and radio presenter Jenni Falconer, who unveiled the final coin, said: “Collecting coins is such a fun family hobby, and the Mr Men and Little Miss designs will be treasured for years to come.”

Royal Mint Little Miss Sunshine coin
The coin celebrates 50 years of Mr Men and Little Miss characters (Matt Crossick/PA)

The coins are available as gold and silver proof editions, as well as brilliant uncirculated editions. A brilliant uncirculated Little Miss Sunshine coin in colour is priced at £22.50, with a gold version costing £2,315.

The coin will not be entering general circulation, the Mint said.