Because of the Museum’s interest in the Royal Mint as an institution there are a rich variety of objects related in some way to the long history of the Royal Mint.
Browse highlights of the miscellaneous section below.
The bronze sculpture, The Sunbather, is signed by Humphrey Paget and formed part of a gift to the Royal Mint Museum.
The names of Mint staff who lost their lives in the service of their country during the First World War are carved into this memorial.
During the First World War colourful posters were devised to encourage investment in government loans at the Post Office.
This ivory coach pass is associated with a respected former Master of the Royal Mint, William Wellesley Pole.
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