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Isle of Man Royal Wedding CoinThe Isle of Man Treasury has released two commemorative coins celebrating the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton. The wedding itself will take placeĀ April 29 at Westminster Abbey

Produced and offered by the Pobjoy Mint in the United Kingdom, the two coins include an uncirculated cupro nickel crown and a proof silver crown. Both collector pieces have a weight of 28.28 grams and a diameter of 38.60 millimeters […]

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BVI Royal Wedding CoinPobjoy Mint is delighted to announce the release of a further coin in the Royal Wedding Collection. This new coin is issued on behalf of the British Virgin Islands Government.

The official announcement was made by Clarence House on 16th November last year advising that His Royal Highness Prince William had become engaged to his girlfriend Catherine Middleton. The couple had met at the University of St Andrews while they were both studying there […]

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Falkland Islands 2011 Royal Wedding CoinPobjoy Mint is excited to produce and release a commemorative coin on behalf of the Falkland Islands which is one of the first to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

On 16th November 2010, Clarence House made the announcement advising that Prince William, the eldest son of Prince Charles and second in line to the throne, had become engaged to his long-term girlfriend Miss Catherine Middleton […]

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Pobjoy Mint BIOT Royal Engagement Coin

Pobjoy Mint is honoured to produce and release a commemorative coin from the Administration of the British Indian Ocean Territory celebrating the Royal Engagement.

It was on the 16th November 2010 following a great deal of public speculation that an announcement was made by Clarence House confirming that Prince William, oldest son of Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales had become engaged to his long time girl friend Miss Catherine Middleton […]

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Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Engagement CoinPrior to the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, at least three world Mints will celebrate the couple’s commitment with commemorative engagement coins.

Announcing their intentions to produce them are the Royal Australian Mint and the two UK Mints: The Royal Mint and the Pobjoy Mint […]

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2010 Gold Angel Coin Every Christmas the Isle of Man releases a special 1/20 oz Gold Angel of which only a limited number are struck. The privy mark on its reverse reflects the 12 Days of Christmas theme, which make the Angel Coin unique. This year the 2010 Christmas Angel gold design features both traditional and new design elements […]

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Pobjoy Mint is delighted to announce that on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, representatives of the Isle of Man Government and members of the Suzuki GB team, including the famous TT motorcyclist Bruce Anstey, visited the Mint to officially launch a 50 pence coin to commemorate 50 Years of Racing by Suzuki. Isle of Man 50 […]

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The Government of the British Virgin Islands is delighted to announce a new coin release celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Peanuts™, the famous cartoon strip featuring Charlie Brown and his dog, Snoopy. British Virgin Islands Commemorative 60th Anniversary of Peanuts Silver Proof Coin Featuring Snoopy. Also Minted are Proof Gold and Uncirculated Cupro Nickel Versions. […]

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Pobjoy Mint is delighted to announce the release of a new coin to commemorate the 175th Anniversary of Hans Christian Andersen’s first book of fairy tales, launched on behalf of the British Virgin Islands. World’s First Bi-Color Titanium Coin Celebrates 175th Anniversary of Hans Christian Andersen’s First Book of Fairy Tales (Click to Enlarge) The […]

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Pobjoy Mint has produced on behalf of the British Virgin Islands Government a stunning new high relief coin to showcase the very popular theme of Ancient Greek Classical Sculpture. British Virgin Islands Elgin Marbles Coin, Antiqued Bronze Edition (Click to Enlarge) Ancient Greece is called the birthplace of Western Civilisation. About 2500 years ago, the […]

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