Only 200,000 Half cents were struck by the British Royal Mint for use in the former British East Caribbean Territories, but they were never officially released. By 1969 only an estimated 20 to 50 coins were in the hands of collectors, and the catalog value of an Uncirculated piece was $135! Since then, some of these low-mintage Half cents have surfaced, and we located a nice supply to offer you. This unusual coin is the last British East Caribbean Territories Half cent ever struck. Few collectors will ever have the opportunity to add this scarce last-year-of-issue coin in Uncirculated condition to their collections, so order yours now!