Pobjoy Mint

November, 2017

Royal Wedding anniversary celebrated by Ascension Island in huge style with a 70-ounce coin

By | 2017-11-15T13:04:33+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Categories: History, Ascension Island, Gilded, People, Inserts, Silver, Pobjoy Mint|

Royal Wedding anniversary celebrated by Ascension Island in huge style with a 70-ounce coin An incredible feat for any couple but a staggeringly rare one for a sitting monarch, a platinum wedding anniversary marks seven decades of commitment. Queen Elizabeth II is one of the worlds longest-ever serving monarchs, and probably one of the most admired. Her marriage to Prince Philip has been in the spotlight for [...]

August, 2017

Pobjoy Mints long running titanium coin range welcomes the Patagonian Toothfish to its ranks

By | 2017-08-16T23:34:28+00:00 August 17th, 2017|Categories: Quick Look, Nature, Titanium, Falkland Islands, Pobjoy Mint|

Pobjoy Mints long running titanium coin range welcomes the Patagonian Toothfish to its ranks Pobjoy have long produced coins in the super-tough metal, titanium and are almost unique in doing so. Difficult to strike given the metal is harder than that used to make the dies, most mints stick with copper, silver and gold, all malleable metals that take a coin design with ease. Titanium takes colour [...]

July, 2017

70 Years of HM Queen Elizabeth II & HRH Prince Philip: Coat of Arms on Pobjoys latest

By | 2017-07-27T11:34:46+00:00 July 27th, 2017|Categories: History, People, Silver, Fiji, Pobjoy Mint|

70 Years of HM Queen Elizabeth II & HRH Prince Philip: Coat of Arms on Pobjoys latest With Queen Elizabeth having sat upon the throne of the United Kingdom for so long, it's no surprise that records are being broken all the time. The oldest and longest serving monarch, the Queen has also had a stable marriage to Prince Philip for seventy years. With that anniversary coming [...]

Pobjoy expands its marine animals range with a silver Southern Right Whale coin

By | 2017-07-15T18:46:29+00:00 July 15th, 2017|Categories: Quick Look, Nature, Silver, British Antarctic Territory, Pobjoy Mint|

Pobjoy expands its marine animals range with a silver Southern Right Whale coin The latest of the British Pobjoy Mints range of marine animal coins is now available and again depicts a whale. Because many of the states and territories that Pobjoy issue for are small and remote islands, this particular subject matter is very well chosen and Pobjoy have had great success over the years with [...]

Limited proof silver joins bullion coin in remembering the fallen of the Falklands War 35 years ago

By | 2017-07-12T00:04:40+00:00 July 12th, 2017|Categories: Quick Look, History, Silver, Falkland Islands, Pobjoy Mint|

Limited proof silver joins bullion coin in remembering the fallen of the Falklands War 35 years ago Following on from the recent release of a one-ounce silver bullion coin marking the conflict, the British Pobjoy Mint has launched a limited proof sterling silver coin with a unique design to accompany it. Struck in a standard ounce and with a diameter of 38.6 mm, the coin again uses Pobjoy's own [...]

June, 2017

Pobjoy Mint remembers the Falklands War with a new reverse-proof Britannia bullion coin

By | 2017-06-13T21:02:44+00:00 June 13th, 2017|Categories: Bullion, History, Silver, Falkland Islands, Pobjoy Mint|

Pobjoy Mint remembers the Falklands War with a new reverse-proof Britannia bullion coin It was thirty five years ago that Argentina landed forces on South Georgia and then shortly after, the Falkland Islands. Both British Overseas Territorries, the Argentine government believed that Britain would not, or could not retake them. Ruled by a military junta, Argentina was rife with domestic problems and the invasion was also seen [...]

May, 2017

Pobjoy Mint highlights the plight of Antarctic sea ice with a new holographic silver coin

By | 2017-05-22T23:57:09+00:00 May 23rd, 2017|Categories: Nature, Silver, British Antarctic Territory, Pobjoy Mint|

Pobjoy Mint highlights the plight of Antarctic sea ice with a new holographic silver coin While there are a multitude of politicians and corporate interests that dispute the reality of global climate change, any sensible person would side with the overwhelming scientific concensus that man has, and is, having an adverse effect on the planets climate. Nowhere is that more apparent than at the Earth's poles, particularly [...]

April, 2017

Pobjoy expands its new British Virgin Islands bullion range with a JFK silver coin

By | 2017-04-13T20:24:49+00:00 April 13th, 2017|Categories: Bullion, People, Silver, British Virgin Islands, Pobjoy Mint|

Pobjoy expands its new British Virgin Islands bullion range with a JFK silver coin With Isle of Man coins now being handled by Tower Mint and Coin Invest Trust, the British Pobjoy Mint has redirected its talents to another of its many client states, the British Virgin Islands. The first silver bullion fruits of their labours appeared in the form of the Pegasus one-ounce silver coin. Limited [...]

March, 2017

US Capitol shaped coin is the latest unusual coin offering from the British Pobjoy Mint

By | 2017-03-08T10:02:40+00:00 March 8th, 2017|Categories: Architecture, News Nuggets, Bi-Metallic, British Virgin Islands, Pobjoy Mint|

United States Capitol shaped coin is the latest unusual design offering from the British Pobjoy Mint We're don't often cover base metal coins unless they're a little unusual or we feel they may have some appeal to our regular readers. With the British Pobjoy Mint having plenty of coverage anyway, combined with the release of a big and pricey precious metal coin featuring the same subject [...]

January, 2017

AgAuNugget: Pobjoy Mint expands its titanium coin range with the Blue Whale

By | 2017-01-13T11:51:26+00:00 January 13th, 2017|Categories: News Nuggets, Nature, Silver, Titanium, Pobjoy Mint, South Georgia|

AgAuNugget: Pobjoy Mint expands its titanium coin range with the Blue Whale The British Pobjoy Mint has long been the world's biggest issuer of titanium coins ever since releasing the first one back in 1999 for the British  Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. An exceptionally difficult metal to strike for coins because of its immense strength compared to gold and silver, titanium won't be supplanting the usual [...]