Discover the captivating world of The Royal Mint with the latest editions of our flagship coin ranges dedicated to some of the most iconic designs and popular coin series in our history. These collections include our Annual Sets, which feature a selection of coins dedicated to some of the milestone moments of that particular year. Meanwhile, we also offer year-dated incarnations of time-honoured British coins, including The Sovereign and Britannia. In addition to these yearly editions of iconic designs, we also produce annual commemorations dedicated to select ranges. This includes The Shēngxiào Collection which celebrates Lunar New Year and the various animals of the Chinese zodiac with each passing year. The Queen’s Beasts Collection has also been revisited regularly and whether you are looking to honour these wonderful creatures or add to your collection, this stunning range will leave you spoilt for choice.
Limited Edition 350
Seymour Panther 2022
Originally representing Anne Boleyn, and Katherine of Aragon before her, the Seymour Panther was given to Jane Seymour, Henry VIII’s third wife, by the king from the royal treasury of beasts.
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.
The Queen's Beasts
The Queen’s Beasts Collection is a series of ten coins from The Royal Mint, inspired by the ancestral beasts of heraldry, myth and legend that have watched over Her Majesty The Queen throughout her extraordinary reign, from her coronation to her Sapphire Jubilee.
Annual Coin Sets
Dedicated to the most fascinating people and moments in British history, The Royal Mint’s range of Annual Sets celebrates milestone anniversaries of awe-inspiring accomplishments, pivotal moments, and notable events in the United Kingdom.
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.
The Royal Mint’s range of coin sets celebrate everything from Britannia, Annual Sets, to that little something special.