The St George and the Dragon Sovereign of 2005 was the first new version of this subject since Pistrucci’s famous design, first issued in 1817.
The Queen’s 95th Birthday Crown coin 2021, voted the third most popular coin of the year,
The Platinum Jubilee Sovereign of 2022, featuring the Royal Arms. Tim’s third Sovereign reverse design, a unique achievement.
A five pounds coin issued by the Royal Mint in July 2017, to celebrate the centenary of the House of Windsor and showing their heraldic badge, the Round Tower crowned within a wreath of oak.
Reverse of the The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012. Awarded to 450,000 members of the armed forces, emergency services and members of the Royal Household.
Reverse of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal, 2022, showing the Royal Crest and awarded to members of the armed and emergency services and the Royal Household.
Royal Arms One Pound coin 2015. TIm’s design is a contemporary version of the Royal Arms in a layout often used by the Hanoverian monarchs.
Reverse of the Operational Service Medal, issued since 2000 by the MOD, with variations for service in Sierra Leone, the Congo and Afghanistan.
Reverse of The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal 2002. Awarded to members of the armed forces and of the Royal Household.
Floral Series of One Pound coins issued 2013-14. Each coin features the official and the unofficial floral emblem of the four nations of the U.K.
A set of four coins issued by the Royal Mint in 2020 to celebrate aspects of the history of HM Tower of London.
Golden Jubilee Sovereign 2002. TIm’s design is a reinterpretation of gold Sovereigns issued for Queen Victoria.