2019 marks 250 years of the birth of one of Britain’s greatest military heroes – The First Duke of Wellington. To celebrate this monumental anniversary The London Mint Office unveiled […]
Finally putting rumours to rest, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally revealed the name of their two-day old, first born son.
Maundy coins are special, not simply because they are struck in exceptionally low quantities, but because they have such a direct connection to The Queen.
The London Mint Office recently paid a visit to the annual American Numismatic World Fair of Money event in Philadelphia, USA- Here is a review of our visit from Matthew […]
The London Mint Office and the In Flanders Fields Museum have partnered to release an exclusive coin commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War. Released in […]
This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Royal Air Force. The RAF was formed in 1918 during the First World War when the Royal Flying Corps and Royal […]
2018 is a huge year in British Commemorations with Brits celebrating 100 years of the RAF, 100 years since the end of The First World War and 75 years since […]
This year on June 9th the country will celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Official Birthday, a royal tradition which spans back centuries to 1748 when King George II who was […]
For as long as coins have existed, artists have been required to design them. After all, a coin without a design is simply a blank piece of metal and therefore […]
We are very excited to share this blog with you, transcribed from an interview between George ‘Johnny’ Johnson MBE and Falklands War Veteran Simon Weston CBE. It talks about Johnny’s […]