Tuesday, March 6, 2018

United Kingdom 10 pence 2018 - Quintessentially British A to Z

26 new circulating types:

"The Great British Coin Hunt - Quintessentially British A to Z"

For the first time ever, the Royal Mint has struck commemorative designs on a 10 pence piece. They have used the alphabet to map out the A-Z of what makes Britain great.

A (Angel of the North), B (Bond, James Bond), C (Cricket):

D (Double Decker Bus), E (English Breakfast), F (Fish & Chips):

G (Greenwich Mean Time), H (Houses of Parliament), I (Ice-Cream Cone):

J (Jubilee), K (King Arthur), L (Loch Ness Monster):

M (Mackintosh), N (National Health Service), O (Oak Tree):

P (Post Box), Q (Queuing), R (Robin):

S (Stonehenge), T (Teapot), U (Union Flag):

V (Village), W (World Wide Web), X (X Marks the Spot):

Y (Yeoman), Z (Zebra Crossing) and common side:

LINK: British Royal Mint

1 comment:

  1. Can I say? All mints are fooling us with crazy, absurd commemorative coins!