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We offer a wide selection of gold & silver British coins available at competitive prices. British coins benefit from being Capital Gains Tax free due to their status as UK legal tender making them particularly popular with British investors. British coins are struck by the Royal Mint of which we are an Authorised Distributor. All our British coin prices include free fully insured delivery.

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One Pound Coin, 25th Anniversary, Gold Proof Collection Boxed 274.67

One Pound Coin, 25th Anniversary, Gold Proof Collection Boxed

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from £16,738 0.00% from £16,738 View
The Royal Mint Britannia Masterpiece 10oz Gold Medal 2011 Boxed 313.00

The Royal Mint Britannia Masterpiece 10oz Gold Medal 2011 Boxed

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from £25,522 0.00% from £25,522 View
2007 Diamond Wedding Anniversary, One Kilo Gold Proof Coin Boxed 1,091.00

2007 Diamond Wedding Anniversary, One Kilo Gold Proof Coin Boxed

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from £48,066 0.00% from £48,066 View
2008 Concorde One Kilo Gold Proof Coin Boxed 1,091.00

2008 Concorde One Kilo Gold Proof Coin Boxed

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from £48,066 0.00% from £48,066 View
1819 Gold Sovereign - George III 7.98

1819 Gold Sovereign - George III

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from £150,361 0.00% from £150,361 View
1920 Gold Sovereign - King George V - S 7.98

1920 Gold Sovereign - King George V - S

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from £500,488 0.00% from £500,488 View

British Coins

Coins have been part of Britain’s history since the Celtic tribes produced tokens for trading. It was during the Roman occupation in the earliest centuries AD however that the production and manufacture became more formalised.

Click here for a brief history of British mints.

The Royal Mint has existed in various forms since 886 AD and to this day produces gold, silver and tender coins for the UK and countries around the world.


Old British Coins

Prior to the twentieth century, coins produced in Britain were made primarily of gold or silver, and many different denominations were used across the country. The popular Gold Sovereign has been a mainstay coin for centuries, produced during the reign of Henry VII.

Due to the softness of both gold and silver, older coins are scarce and can often command prices above the metal value. Rare British coins can be incredibly valuable, with collectors looking to own a piece of history.


Collectible British Coins

With gold and silver removed from circulation in the early 20th century, the precious metals are now used for commemorative and collectible coins. The Royal Mint produces coins yearly in both gold and silver with series such as the Queen’s Beasts, Lunar and Britannia series. The limited numbers make these coins highly sought after.