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Who's taken their hobby with them on their summer holiday this year?
We're now into the peak of summer and many of us have already returned from our summer holidays with slightly lighter pockets than when we left. That is, I
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With the first £100 coin selling out in just eleven days, this one is bound to be popular! Introducing the second coin in the series - the Buckingham Palace £100 coin : http://bit.ly/1DksyLO
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This July marks the 75th anniversary of the start of the Battle of Britain. Pivotal to the outcome of the Second World War, the battle was an attempt by German forces to defeat and ultimately invade Britain and continue their dominance in Western Europe. To invade, they first needed air supremacy and it fell to the Few, a group of nearly 3,000 brave young pilots and their crews, to defend the country and battle for control of the skies.
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Princess Charlotte will be christened later today at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham. Her christening is celebrated with a UK £5 coin that has received approval from the royal parents themselves, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge : bit.ly/RoyalChristening5
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800 years ago today, King John sealed #MagnaCarta - regarded by many as the foundation of liberty and democracy. The anniversary is celebrated on the UK £2 coin http://bit.ly/1GntLjg
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Lovely coin.
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Approved by Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, we're pleased to reveal the only official coin to mark the Royal birth : http://bit.ly/RoyalBirth5
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It would be cool if we had a few of those in circulation.
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The eagerly-anticipated second coin in the £100 for £100 series launched earlier this week with a design that featured probably one of the most iconic sigh
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At first glance this may appear to be an artist putting the finishing touches to a painting - but these tiny figures stand at little over 20mm! Created by
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It was on this day in 1940 that the Battle of Britain began. This year we honour the Few and mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain on the UK 50p: bit.ly/BattleofBritain50p #BoB75
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Today is the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. The bicentenary is marked with this official UK £5 coin : http://bit.ly/Waterloo200UK5Coin #Waterloo200
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The latest PNC Coin Cover produced in partnership with Royal Mail features the official 2015 First World War Navy £2 Coin and all 6 Mint stamps on a uniquely designed cover : http://fal.cn/eAQ
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As a coin collector, we’re sure that the image of St George and the dragon will be familiar to you – but how did England’s Patron Saint come to span 198 years on The Royal Mint’s flagship gold coin? Find out in our latest blog.
Happy St George's Day! As a coin collector, we're sure that the image of St George and the dragon will be familiar to you - but how did England’s Patron Sa
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The Royal Mint is the world's leading export mint, making coins and medals for an average of 60 countries every year. However, its first responsibility is to make and distribute United Kingdom coins as well as to supply blanks and official medals.
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