Tom Hockenhull, Curator at The British Museum shares his highlights from a visit to our archives.
Most coin collectors have been men but a surprising number of women have built great collections.
On 24 March 1835 Soane threw his house in Lincoln’s Inn Fields for a very special presentation.
How did Lloyds bank cope with decimalisation? Find out in this article from Museum on the Mound.
Penny Black, the world’s first adhesive postage stamp, is based on the work of the engraver William Wyon.
Find out how the life and service of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was marked in stamps.
Dr Paul Ramsay FRPSL explains The Royal Mint’s role in the production of postage stamps.
Numismatist, Howard Hodgson shares his experiences of a research visit to the Royal Mint Museum archives.
In 1966 the decision to adopt a decimal currency system, required the Mint to strike millions of decimal coins.
When the Irish Free State emerged from British rule in 1922, new symbols were needed for stamps and coins.
Find out what it's like to undertake work experience at the Royal Mint Museum in this blog by Jack Davis.
PhD student, Beth Seaman, shares her experiences of a placement at the Royal Mint Museum.
Find out more about the use of coins in medicine from PhD Student Beth Seaman.
Richard Kelleher, Senior Curator at the Fitzwilliam Museum introduces Defaced! an exhibition exploring the history of protest through money.
Numismatist, Barrie Renwick, FRCNA, FCNRS shares his experiences of the Museum's Information and Research support.