A £2 coin commemorating the Commonwealth Games could fetch you up to £33 on auction websites.

The Commonwealth Games is a quadrennial, international multisport event contested by athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. 

To celebrate the games over the years, the Royal Mint has commissioned celebratory coins which are making owners wealthier on platforms such as eBay.

A 2002 issued Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland coin was sold for a total of £33 (with an additional £1.55 for postage) on Friday, November 10.

Near Worcester, a handful of other £2 coins have been sold on eBay for significantly more than the value of the coin.

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In August, three coins were sold for £11.50, £11.25 and £11 respectively, each with their own £1.85 postage fee.

With a history spanning more than 1,100 years, The Royal Mint is a British maker of products and services as well as being the world’s leading export mint.

The Royal Mint have created original coin collections and gifts throughout the years.