Celebrate one of the United Kingdom’s most renowned monarchs with our George V coins and coin sets.
In 1901 Edward VII became king following the death of Queen Victoria. The king only reigned for nine years. View the coins of Edward VII.
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The death of Elizabeth I without an heir in 1603 brought the Tudor dynasty to an end. James VI of Scotland acceded to the throne, becoming James I and the first Stuart king of England. The political ramifications of dynastic change and the union of the crowns would manifest on his coinage.Read more
In 2019 we are celebrating the life and legacy of Queen Victoria, but these celebrations would not be complete if we did not honour the pioneering prince who stood at her side. The 200th anniversary of Prince Albert’s birth falls in the same year as his wife’s and it is only fitting that The Royal Mint marks the occasion.Read more
When Queen Anne, the last of the Stuarts, died in 1714, the British throne passed to George of Hanover, who became known as George I. He brought with him the heraldry of the region, including a White Horse on a red background, known in German as the ‘Sachsenross’ and in English as ‘the White Horse of Hanover’.Read more