Pobjoy Mint

Set up by the Pobjoy family in 1965, Pobjoy Mint is a manufacturer of legal tender coins for over ten British Overseas Territories. As a private mint, we also produce medals, medallions, official regalia, tokens and numismatic gifts.

We strike official commemorative and circulating coins, therefore, all our coins bear HM Queen Elizabeth II's effigy or the Coat of Arms of the country.

Discover more about the latest coins issued by Pobjoy Mint below and visit the website at: www.pobjoy.com

Coin marks Lincoln Memorial centenary
Pobjoy Mint has unveiled a brand new reverse frosted bullion $1 coin to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Lincoln…
06 May 2022
New £2 coin celebrates 'Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration'
Released on behalf of the British Antarctic Territory, a new £2 coin is the first in a series celebrating 100 years…
05 May 2022
Shackleton ship Quest on new 50p
Pobjoy Mint has issued a new 50p coin featuring the famous tall ship Quest on behalf of South Georgia and the South…
25 April 2022
50p coin commemorates Platinum Jubilee
Pobjoy Mint have revealed a brand new 50p coin to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
21 April 2022
Zebra on new Sierra Leone coin
The last issue in the 'WILD 5 2022 Coin Collection' has been issued by Pobjoy Mint, featuring the Zebra.
19 April 2022
New £2 coin marks 40th Anniversary of the Falklands Liberation
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the Falkland Islands and to mark this significant historical…
12 April 2022
New 50p marks Roald Amundsen anniversary
The Pobjoy Mint series of 50p coins featuring historical ships continues with a new coin produced on behalf of the…
01 March 2022
50p depicts first steam-powered vessel to visit South Georgia
The Pobjoy Mint series of 50p coins featuring historical ships is back by popular demand, with a new coin, issued on…
01 February 2022
Sierra Leone 'Wild 5' coin features antelope
Pobjoy Mint has announced the release of the third coin in a series of five coins depicting Sierra Leone’s “The Wild 5”…
25 January 2022

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