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Honouring 200 Years of the RNLI
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The Shakespeare Histories

Marking the 400th Anniversary of the Death of William Shakespeare. In 2016 The Royal Mint released a series of three £2 coins marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Experienced coinage artist John Bergdahl has created three designs, capturing the essence of his moving tragedies, his brilliant histories, and the genius of his comedies. 

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The Who

The Who

Celebrate The Who, one of Britain’s most iconic bands

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Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind Franklin’s brilliant mind and tireless dedication enabled breakthroughs in multiple fields. Best known today for her research into DNA, Franklin was a world authority on the chemical structure of viruses, as well as coal and graphite.

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Agatha Christie £2 Coin

Agatha Christie £2 Coin

Relive the golden age of detective fiction on the centenary of Hercule Poirot’s debut as we celebrate ‘100 Years of Mystery’ through commemorative coin. Investigate this mysterious new arrival today.

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Beatrix Potter 50p Collection

Beatrix Potter 50p Collection

The Lady Behind the Loveable Characters: The Life and Stories of Beatrix Potter™ The wonderful world of Beatrix Potter™ has graced the lives of many; a pioneer of storytelling, she created many small books for many small hands. Both her characters and tales have been cherished for more than 100 years and her legacy lives on through them.

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Captain Cook

Captain Cook

Early in his naval career, James Cook’s detailed charts of the Saint Lawrence River were crucial to a successful British attack against French-held Quebec during the Seven Years War. He was then given his own ship with the mission of charting the island of Newfoundland and his reputation as a fine cartographer helped him to win command of HM Bark Endeavour for his first ‘voyage of discovery’.

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William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth is one of the most popular poets to have written in the English language. His ode to love and joy, ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’, commonly known as ‘Daffodils’, is amongst the nation’s favourites. To commemorate the 250th anniversary of his birth and celebrate the life and work of one of Britain’s greatest literary figures, The Royal Mint has struck a special £5 coin.

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