Celebrate the Royal Family with Commemorative Coins

Royalty

As the public faces of the British monarchy, the members of the Royal Family provide a variety of public duties through community engagements and charitable service. The Royal Family also has a strong relationship with the British Armed Forces and provides frequent support and recognition to this invaluable service.

In 2021, Her Majesty The Queen celebrates the latest milestone in a remarkable life as she becomes the first British monarch to reach a 95th birthday. To mark this historic event and personal achievement for The Queen, The Royal Mint has struck a range of official United Kingdom coins. Featuring two new designs, all the coins bear the inscription ‘My Heart and My Devotion’, referencing a promise The Queen made in her 1957 Christmas speech and has kept ever since.

British Monarchy

Queen Elizabeth II's 95th Birthday

In 2021, Her Majesty The Queen celebrates the latest milestone in a remarkable life as she becomes the first British monarch to reach a 95th birthday. To mark this historic event and personal achievement for The Queen, The Royal Mint has struck a range of official United Kingdom coins.

Monarchy

Britain's rich heritage and varied history are often categorised by the monarch who was on the throne at the time of the event. Our collection of royalty coins commemorate the events that occurred during the reign of these monarchs and our historic coins are tokens of eras shaped and defined by them. 

The Royal Family

Despite their extraordinary royal lineage, The Royal Family are known for their down-to-earth attitude as they balance public service with decidedly ‘normal’ personal lives. Four generations of the Royal Family navigate the universal challenges and celebrations of life together, embracing the technology of a digital age, in tune with the times and are more accessible than ever before.

Royal Celebrations

There are a number of milestones to be reached for The Royal Family in 2021 such as The Queen's 95th birthday and Prince Philip's 100th birthday. Celebrate these milestones and other celebrations with The Royal Mint.

Royal Residences

The Royal Family have numerous royal residences throughout the UK, from Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Highgrove House in Gloucestershire and the world famous Buckingham Palace in London.

Be Inspired

Beloved by people throughout the United Kingdom and across the globe, their strong presence in modern society not only reinforces Britain’s national identity but also acts as a source of national pride and unity. This wonderful range of coins serves to honour the Royal Family and commemorate significant royal occasions as they come to pass.

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First Coins Struck for Queen Elizabeth II

House of Windsor

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House of Windsor

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George III Royal Cypher

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