The Royal Mint Is Re-Releasing 26 New Alphabet Coins
Each of the 26 coins depict something different as they each represent the different letters of the English alphabet.
The collection was launched for the first time last year, but this year's release will see an additional 2.1 million new coins enter circulation. However, if anyone is super keen to get their hands on the coins, they will also be available to purchase on the Royal Mint website.
Nicola Howell, Director of Consumer Business at The Royal Mint said: "These 26 individually designed coins, each with a quintessentially British subject, is the first ever commemorative range struck on a 10 pence piece.
"It will be one of the most limited issue coin designs for 2019 to be released into circulation, so to complete the collection we also have an exclusively designed 2019 A to Z collector album."
The coins be released in the UK this month, but if anyone wants to see the coins in the flesh before then, you can pay a visit to the Royal Mint Experience. The 10p coins will be circulating in the tills in its gift shop and coffee shop before their official release.
The first of the coins - the A - features the famous Angel of the North statue, located in Gateshead in the North East of England.
B features James Bond's 007, followed by cricket for C and a double decker bus for D. E features a classic full English breakfast, while F is all about fish and chips. The rest of the coins feature the likes of Stone Henge, a pirate ship and the Lochness monster.
The new collection comes after the Royal Mint released The Gruffalo 50p coin. The limited edition coins feature a portrait of the children's favourite book character. They are currently selling for £10, while a silver proof version costs £65.
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