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Llantrisant Pontyclun, United Kingdom, CF72 8YT

The Royal Mint is the world's leading export mint, making coins and medals for an average of 60 countries every year. However, its first responsibility is to make and distribute…

The Workshop 383a High Road Chilwell, UK, NG9 5EA

Mahogany coin, medal, collectors and heirloom cabinets and boxes hand made in England, supplier to leading museums and collectors world wide.

9 East Street Sudbury, United Kingdom, CO10 2TP

Medal auctioneers. All Orders, Decorations and Medals from 1750 to date.

Delcampe Delcampe, SA, SA

The greatest marketplace for collectors, with a huge range of coins and banknotes.

Level 1 48 Greys Avenue Auckland, New Zealand, 1010

With more than forty years of experience, New Zealand Mint is skilled in the production of gold and silver bullion, collectible coins, silver foils and miniatures.

Duke Street Norwich, United Kingdom, NR3 1QA

English hammered and milled coins, investment gold.

30 Shaftmoor Lane Birmingham, United Kingdom, B27 7RS

General British coins and banknotes.

399 Strand London, United Kingdom, WC2R 0LX

A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd is one of the largest and longest established numismatic dealers and auction houses in the world.

Hobsley House Frodesley Shrewsbury, United Kingdom, SY5 7HD

Coins, Bullion, Banknotes and Bonds

Suite 140, Pegaxis House, Victoria Road Surbiton, United Kingdom, KT6 4JX

Historical medals.

193 Ashley Road Poole, United Kingdom, BH14 9DL

Bullion coins, gold proof coins and sets.

Denison Street Deakin , Australia, 2600

Since opening in 1965, the Royal Australian Mint has produced over 15 billion coins.

Unit F12/13, Coppull Mill Enterprise Centre Mill Lane Chorley, United Kingdom, PR7 5BW

The Coin Gallery is the North West's leading outlet for quality coin supplies.

20 St. Loyes Street Bedford, United Kingdom, MK40 1ZL

Hammered and milled coins.

30 Brewsters Close Nottingham, United Kingdom, NG13 8BA

English coinage (pre 1800) with emphasis on Norman.

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