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Because of the Museum’s interest in the Royal Mint as an institution there is a rich variety of objects related in some way to the long history of the Royal Mint. Amongst other things this miscellaneous section includes the items detailed below.

  • Furniture, such as a walnut cabinet said to have belonged to Isaac Newton
  • Clocks, candlesticks and cutlery
  • Truncheons and a tipstaff
  • Visitors’ books
  • Portraits of Royal Mint officials
  • Small sculptures and cartoons

Browse highlights of the miscellaneous section below.