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  1. The Most Popular Coins of Pobjoy Mint in 2018

    The Most Popular Coins of Pobjoy Mint in 2018
    The Royal Wedding, Brexit negotiations, Britain’s huge success in this year’s World Cup … The year 2018 was a time of momentous triumphs and major events that are bound to leave a solid mark on both the UK history - and its future. 2018 was also an important year for Pobjoy Mint, as we released a number of coins; many of which quickly hit the top of the sales league table as our most successful and sought-after pieces! With the current year drawing to a close, we decided to collaborate with our wonderful Facebook community on this year’s portfolio of coins, and asked them to vote for their favourite from our list of top 5 bestsellers of 2018. Over 150 of our Facebook group members voted, and we can now reveal which of our 2018 ‘themed’ coins our coin-loving community deemed as their favourites.
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  2. Curious Christmas Coin Connections

    Curious Christmas Coin Connections
    There are only a handful of weeks left until Christmas is upon us again. With that in mind, we take a look at some coin-related Christmas trivia and delve into the stories behind some age-old yuletide traditions...
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  3. Mystery Coin and Coin Token Discoveries

     Mystery Coin and Coin Token Discoveries
    Just as the pot of gold isn’t always at the end of a rainbow, some of the greatest coins are not always the ones found where expected. With Halloween around the corner, we reveal the roundup of the most unexplained coins and tokens that have been ever discovered…
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  4. Could Crypto Currency Replace Money?

    Could Crypto Currency Replace Money?
    Over the last few years, digital currencies and related crypto technology have become one of the hottest areas of investment, with billions invested in the sector. And while digital money is rising in popularity, the critical question is – could cryptocurrency really replace flat cash in the future?
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  5. Unique Coins to Look Out for in Your Pocket Change

    Unique Coins to Look Out for in Your Pocket Change
    Coin collecting is a rewarding hobby. But did you know that many of the finest coin collections were started after a single coin was found in someone’s pocket change?
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  6. Bullion vs. Commemorative Coins – What You Should Know

    Bullion vs. Commemorative Coins – What You Should Know
    Some people are collectors, others are investors, but a true coin enthusiast should be a little of both. Precious metals such as gold and silver have been recognised as valuable for many years, and today they still hold a firm place in a savvy collector’s portfolio. But do you know in which coins should you invest?
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  7. A Brief History: Looking into the World of Bi-Metal Two Pound Coins

    A Brief History: Looking into the World of Bi-Metal Two Pound Coins
    The £2 Bi-metal coin is a popular and increasingly demanded collectable coin which was originally introduced in 1998, with the coins being struck in 1997. After a review of the United Kingdom’s coinage it was concluded that a general-circulation £2 coin was necessary in 1994.
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  8. Finding the Value of Foreign Coins

    Finding the Value of Foreign Coins
    Identifying the foreign coins can be difficult – especially if you’re unsure where the coin is from and how rare it is. At Pobjoy Mint, we have put together an ultimate guide to help you find out the value of the foreign pieces in your coin collection.
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  9. The History of the British Royal Family Told by Coins

    The History of the British Royal Family Told by Coins
    Cherished by people around the globe, the British Royal Family is one of the most celebrated families in the world. With everyone still talking about the breath-taking Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that took place last Saturday, we review the history of the UK monarchy as illustrated by coins. 
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  10. Coloured Coins – State-of-the-art

    Coloured Coins – State-of-the-art
    In the coin industry, there are four main well-known types of metals: gold, silver, platinum and titanium. Many of them have been transformed into incredible innovative coins, which feature effects such as holograms, crystal elements, gem inserts and, most importantly, colour.
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