Where Have All the BREXIT Coins Gone?
On 31st January 2020 the Royal Mint issued 3 million Brexit coins and has added further millions in the meantime. Apparently, though, that is not enough and people try to hunt them down. But why do these coins seem to disappear from circulation?
Finally: The Royal Mint Issues Brexit Coins
In this case it’s questionable whether good things come to those who wait. Anyway, Brexit is a done deal and therefore the Royal Mint eventually issues the coins minted on this occasion. Here you find out how the pieces will look like. And if you’re currently staying in Wales: the Royal Mint will open for 24 hours on Brexit day allowing every visitor to mint his very own Brexit coin.
Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World
Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, in 10 Downing Street…
Third Time Lucky? The Curious Case of the Elusive 50 Pence Brexit Coin
For years Brexit has been a dominating subject in European politics – and a recurring one in numismatics. Coin collectors may have eagerly awaited the much anticipated commemorative Brexit coin, but – fitting the subject – there was a setback as Michael Alexander explains.