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Lectures

Members of the Museum staff regularly deliver lectures on the history of the Royal Mint and the British coinage to local and national numismatic and historical societies, as well as to other societies and groups such as the Women’s Institute, Probus clubs and Rotary clubs.

Recent subjects include the following.

The Royal Mint and the British Coinage

The Royal Mint and the Monarchy

The Design and Manufacture of Medals

Re-designing the Silver Coinage in the 1920s

The Currency of Portraits

The Ricardo Ingot

William Webster

William John Hocking

In addition, workshops are run at local schools encouraging young people to take a closer look at the coins in their pocket and introducing them to the coins used in the past. If you would be interested in arranging a session for your society or school, please contact us using the enquiry form

Sir Isaac Newton’s Legacy

Royal Mint Museum Lecture Series - Part 1.
Integrity and Accuracy: Sir Isaac Newton's Legacy to the Royal Mint
by Graham Dyer OBE.

Watch the lecture