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Peter Rabbit went on to appear in five more books by the author, who died in 1943.
The coins are the second set made by the Royal Mint in 2016 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Potter's birth.
The first prototype of the MBT trainer was constructed in 1996 and by 2000 approximately 20,000 pairs were sold in Switzerland, Austria and Germany, home to the ever-ugly Birkenstock – and even that was eclipsed in hideousness by the MBT.
Since then the shoe has exploded in popularity and despite its ugliness was leapt upon by celebrities such as Jemima Khan, Jodie Kidd, Sadie Frost - and anyone else who could afford the eye-watering £129 price tag.
A commemorative 50 pence coin released into general circulation over the Easter weekend has already been sold for over 40 times its face value.
The Beatrix Potter coins were made by the Royal Mint to mark the 150th birthday of the author and artist whose illustrated animal tales have delighted generations of children worldwide.
The beautiful Duchess was dressed down yesterday to shop in Chelsea for all manner of home goods, as her new Kensington apartment continues to be readied for the move. The pictures are not all that good, unfortunately, but they do allow us to see she was wearing jeans and sneakers, an as yet unseen Zara coat, and the Aquascutum scarf she seems to love so much.
According to a source, Kate had breakfast at the Dome Cafe in Chelsea Harbour around 11 a.m. As is her wont, Pippa went edgier than I might be fully comfortable with myself, but I sit here on the sidelines and applaud. That being said, our faux-Princess, as I think some like to refer to her, was out clubbing earlier this month in the same jacket, but very eye-catching trousers.
She then spent a couple hours at the Design Centre, also located in Chelsea Harbour, where she was apparently looking at lighting. I won't tell you what I think of these, because I know you can guess.
The Royal Mint has also produced a number of special edition Beatrix Potter coins which will not be released into general circulation.
Ms Noble said: "I wanted to put Beatrix Potter's illustrations to the forefront of my design as they are lovely images and the characters are very well known.