Her Majesty The Queen, a symbol of the nation
The chief coin of the world
Trial of the Pyx
Coins put before the jury at the Trial of the Pyx, the annual ceremony at Goldsmith’s Hall in London that safeguards the integrity of our currency. These items are exclusive to The Royal Mint and availability is extremely limited.
Chief Engraver from 1828 until his death in 1851, many collectors consider William Wyon RA to be one of the finest artists to have ever worked on British coinage.
Get more out of your coin collection with these Collector Sets from The Royal Mint. Containing everything you need to handle, store and catalogue your coins correctly, they make a welcome addition to any numismatist’s toolkit.
Collect with confidence knowing the condition and quality of the coins we offer for sale has been independently graded and certified by one of the world’s leading coin appraisers.
Victoria and the Victorian Era
The journey of a remarkable woman who defined the Nineteenth Century - view the coins
The history of the Royal Maundy service dates back to the time of King Edward the Confessor (1042-66), a Christian religious event held annually on Maundy Thursday, the day preceding Good Friday at Easter.
View our selection of rare, ancient coins at The Royal Mint. Available to Buy Online - limited stock.
Browse our range of historic books that offer interesting insight into history coins and numismatic related subjects.