Black British History
In 1948, a ship called Empire Windrush arrived in Britain at Tilbury Docks. It carried many migrants from the British Caribbean, who came to Britain in answer to the government’s call to rebuild ‘the Mother Country’.
Shaken Not Stirred – A spy with style
Set against a backdrop of opulence and glamour, 007’s world of dangerous adversaries, exotic backdrops and high roller casinos has captivated audiences for decades. Now, as our coin series celebrating James Bond continues, we dive into the luxurious lifestyle of our favourite secret agent.
Christopher Robin Competition
To celebrate the launch of our second coin in the Winnie the Pooh and Friends 2020 coin collection, we are giving away a prize bundle to one lucky winner.
Make Christmas Magical
Christmas is a time for celebration. Make eyes light up, smiles erupt and laughter fill the air, even when you can’t be there. Make it memorable with a perfect and unique gift from The Royal Mint
The Unknown Warrior
While the service would ultimately capture the hearts of a nation, the concept of the Unknown Warrior was the humble brainchild of one man, Reverend David Railton – a military chaplain who served on the Western Front during The Great War.
A Walk Down Mint Street
While the Tower of London is Britain’s oldest standing building, The Royal Mint is one of Britain’s longest established organisations. The stories of these two important parts of the nation’s history are closely interwoven. Centuries before The Royal Mint made its home in Wales, it was kept secure within the walls of the Tower of London, before moving to Tower Hill