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No 1p or 2p coins struck for first time in decades: is the penny at risk?

The Royal Mint has revealed no new 1p or 2p coins were struck over the last year. Is the future of copper coins under threat again?

Rare coins: 2.6m collectible 10p coins being released this month

The Royal Mint is releasing 2.6m more rare 10p coins into circulation - we reveal where to find them and which ones are the most popular

The £2 coin turns 20: have you got a rare coin?

As the £2 coin turns 20 this year Which? reveals the rarest and most valuable designs in circulation that could earn you a pretty penny.

With the future of 1p and 2p coins under scrutiny, is your small change worth a fortune?

While the government consults on a proposal to scrap little-used currency, Which? looks at the rarest 1p and 2p coins and most valuable £50 banknotes.

Rare new 10p coins: can you collect all 26 from A-Z?

A new set of 26 coin designs have been released to celebrate the 'best of Britain'. Find out how rare the coins are and how to get your hands on one.

New Beatrix Potter 50p designs unveiled: how rare are these coins?

Additions to the rare Beatrix Potter coin collection will be released into circulation later this year - along with collector's editions to buy now

Rare coins: is this the most valuable 50p ever released?

The latest 2018 Sir Isaac Newton 50p coin won’t even be going into circulation. But it’s still possible to get your hands on one.

Four new commemorative coins to be released by Royal Mint in 2018

Which? details the four new coins to be released in 2018 by the Royal Mint, which commemorate anniversaries that have 'shaped the country'.

Less than four months to spend paper £10 notes

Paper-based £10 notes will be withdrawn on 1 March, to be replaced by the polymer design featuring Jane Austen which was launched earlier this year.

Retailers may keep accepting old £1 coins after Sunday deadline

Thousands of shops are set to continue taking the old design round £1 coins, even after they cease to be legal tender on Sunday. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB),...

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