The Pobjoy Mint Ltd

Monday, 12 February 2018  |  Gareth

The 2018 Pegasus Reverse Silver Frosted Bullion

Pegasus is one of the best-known creatures in Greek mythology. This winged horse is usually depicted as white in colour and was always considered a good-hearted and gentle animal. Throughout his life, Pegasus remained a mysterious creature that symbolised divine inspiration or the journey to heaven.

Tuesday, 6 February 2018  |  Gareth

The Archipelago and Wildlife of the British Virgin Islands

To commemorate the British Virgin Islands Archipelago and the Wildlife that populates it, Pobjoy Mint is happy to release this coin showing a lovely map of the islands and featuring some of the Wildlife that inhabit it.

Monday, 29 January 2018  |  Gareth

Prince Charles was given a hand-painted personal invitation to his mother’s Coronation which featured these magnificent beasts, we thought a design incorporating them would be a unique way to celebrate the Sapphire Jubilee of this momentous day.

Friday, 26 January 2018  |  Gareth

The Nemo Clown Fish Orange Titanium Coin

The Clownfish also referred to as Anemonefish are one of the most recognisable fish in the sea. There is thirty different species of the fish of differing size and colour, found in warm, shallow water throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Thursday, 18 January 2018  |  Gareth

Giant Coconut Crab Brown Titanium Coin

Coconut crabs are famous for their massive size, weighing over 4kg and with a leg span that can reach over 1 metre. This makes these crabs the largest land-living Arthropod in the world.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018  |  Gareth

Giant Manta Ray Blue Titanium Coin

Manta Rays are giants that, regardless of their size, (as much as 7m!!) pose no risk to people.

Monday, 16 October 2017  |  Gareth

South Korea 2017 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXIII Olympic Winter Games is to be held in PyeongChang, South Korea and is a multi-sport game scheduled to take place from the 9 – 25th of February.

Friday, 1 September 2017  |  Gareth

Sapphire Jubilee Royal Cypher Coin

Making use of a Royal Cypher stems in the Commonwealth Realms, where the public usage of the royal initials dates from the early Tudor period and is merely the initial of the Sovereign with the addition of the letter R for Rex or Regina.

Monday, 21 August 2017  |  Gareth

Collared Lory Bird

The Collared Lory is the national bird of Fiji and is endemic to the Islands and is known locally as Kula. It is the only rainforest bird to have successfully adapted to urban landscapes.

Sunday, 20 August 2017  |  Gareth

The Patagonian Toothfish

The Patagonian Toothfish is a species of cod found in cold icy waters primarily in the southern Hemisphere at depths of between 45m and 3850m!


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