The Royal Mint Experience has unveiled its Currency Undercover Exhibition, which explores the hidden stories of how money and gold was used in covert operations and missions.
In conjunction with the National Autistic Society, The Royal Mint Experience will be offering autism-friendly tours between 5-12th October as part of the Autism Hour campaign.
Ahead of the summer holidays and a well-deserved break, many of us will be either finishing exams or perhaps know someone who is. But spare a thought for the young men who wished to become clerks in The Royal Mint Operative Department back in 1914.
As keen numismatics will know, British coinage traditionally features an effigy of the monarch but a very special coin now on display at the Royal Mint Experience, is an exception to that rule.