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British Pobjoy Mint With New Website

Pobjoy Mint has re-launched their website. The mint has listened to their customers improving the site with new features.

Pobjoy Mint Presents New 50 Pence Coin Featuring the HMS Erebus

To commemorate the 220th anniversary of the birth of Antarctic explorer James Clark Ross, a new 50 pence Coin was released on behalf of British Antarctic Territory. It features his expedition ship, the HMS Erebus, which later became famous when it went missing.

Pobjoy’s “Preserve Planet Earth” Coin

Pobjoy’s newest coin was influenced by the devastating wildfires in Australia. 15% of the proceeds from this Koala Coin, released on behalf of the Government of Niue, will be donated to the NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Services.

British Pobjoy Mint Celebrates Christmas

Coming soon, to a chimney near you! Following the success of the 2018 Father Christmas coin, Pobjoy Mint presents a new design featuring Father ChristmasTM 2019.

Pobjoy mints Emperor Penguin in Blue Titanium

Pobjoy Mint has issued a coin dedicated to the Emperor Penguin. On behalf of the British Antarctic Territory the collector coin is minted in blue titanium and as the metal reacts differently with every strike, each coin is technically different and varies slightly in colour.

Albert Poggio Visits Pobjoy Mint

Albert Poggio of the Gibraltar National Mint visited the Pobjoy Mint in March to witness the production of coins commemorating the opening of the new Calpe House, a facility in London for sponsored patients sent from Gibraltar for medical treatment.

Porcupine Fish Appears on New Titanium Coin

On behalf of the British Virgin Islands, Pobjoy Mint has released a golden yellow titanium coin featuring the Porcupine Fish. It continues the mint’s extremely popular series of coins featuring various wildlife and marine life from Overseas Territories.

Red-Footed Booby Featured on New Red Titanium Coin

The British Pobjoy Mint has released a new red titanium coin on behalf of the British Indian Ocean Territory. It features the red-footed booby, a large seabird found extensively in tropical areas.
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