What is the difference between Proof, Brilliant Uncirculated and Bullion coins?
Designing Britain's decimal coins began in 1961, far earlier than you may imagine.
As part of six-coin set commemorating First World War
The Royal Mint commemorates the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo with precious metal editions
The Royal Mint has signed a Technical Cooperation Agreement with the Treasury Department of Thailand
The Royal Mint welcomes new recruits to graduate training programme
Discover how British monarchs have contributed to the religion, geography, laws, language and government that exist today.
Queen Elizabeth II is the great, great granddaughter of Queen Victoria and it appears while some things run in families, others definitely do not.
A lot can happen in 60 years. From the sixpence to new pence. World cup wins to Royal Weddings. It's a whole lifetime we can all remember. We can all celebrate. We have all shared.
In 2012 Britain will unite in celebration as Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II reaches the 60th year of her reign. Find out about The Queen's reign and the celebrations to mark her Diamond Jubilee year.
Over the past 60 years The Queen has been portrayed on four coin portraits. Now in 2012 the Royal Mint has unveiled two new portraits of The Queen to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
Find out why Her Majesty The Queen celebrates two birthdays every year: her actual birthday on 21 April and her official birthday in June.
On 10 June 2011, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh celebrated his 90th birthday. Discover Prince Philip’s early life, naval career and his duties as royal consort.
To mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, Sir Andrew Motion, trustee of the King James Bible Trust, considers its impact through history and its influence on our culture and language.