Discover more information about the introduction of the new 12-sided £1 coin
What is the difference between Proof, Brilliant Uncirculated and Bullion coins?
The Royal Mint Limited has announced its annual results for 2015-2016, reflecting the highest revenue in the 1,100 year history of the organisation in financial terms.
50 years on from England’s FIFA World Cup™ triumph
Accreditation against new standard
The Royal Mint has signed a Technical Cooperation Agreement with the Treasury Department of Thailand
A fascinating insight into the history of the Royal Mint
Maundy money started in the reign of Charles II with an undated issue of hammered coins in 1662. The coins were a fourpenny, threepenny, twopenny and one penny piece...
Before the First World War The Sovereign was a firmly established part of circulating currency in Britain, having been in use since 1817.
Proof coins represent the pinnacle of the minter’s art - we explain what goes into producing them at The Royal Mint.
Designing Britain's decimal coins began in 1961, far earlier than you may imagine.
Queen Elizabeth II is the great, great granddaughter of Queen Victoria and it appears while some things run in families, others definitely do not.