As a proud British organisation with a 1,100-year history, producing iconic flagship coins such as The Sovereign and Britannia, The Royal Mint has played an active role in celebrating and commemorating all things that make Britain great. From magnificent rulers, such as Her Majesty The Queen – Britain’s longest reigning monarch – to home-grown cultural icons, including James Bond, David Bowie and Winnie the Pooh, we have consistently captured the nation’s pride and glory through beautifully struck coins.
Celebrate great British icons and national treasures
£20.00* Per Coin - £60.00* Full Series Price
£70* per coin + FREE shipping
Limited Edition 15,000
The Tower of London
In 2019 we began a series celebrating the iconic Tower of London and now four new £5 coins join the collection for 2020.
Celebrate the biggest names in the history of British music with this contemporary range of commemorative coins, including music legends such as the members of Queen, Elton John and David Bowie.
Coins of the realm
The Sovereign was first introduced in 1489 when Henry VII demanded a ‘new money of gold’ to represent the power of his reign. Issued by every monarch who followed until early in James I's reign, the coinage reforms of 1816 brought forth a new Sovereign, featuring Benedetto Pistrucci’s masterful St George and the dragon design.
Britannia is the enduring icon created by the Romans to represent a land and its people. Every year we make a new, original Britannia, inspired by different aspects of our nation’s spirit.
God Save Our Queen
Limited Edition 15,000
Celebrate the Birth of an Era, 200 years on, with a Half-Sovereign set
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.
Bask in the warmth of nostalgia with our selection of commemorative coins dedicated to some of the most iconic childhood characters.
1925 George V Sovereign
This coin only exists because in 1925 Winston Churchill, who was Chancellor of the Exchequer and Master of The Royal Mint at the time, decided to reintroduce Britain to the Gold Standard and was never intended to be released.
- Comes with a free book - ‘In The Money – A guide to the coins that shaped Britain’ by Dominic Chorney