2022 Queen’s Reign Honours and Investitures £5 – Awarding Honours - This was the first coin in a Royal Mint collection called The Queen's Reign Honours and Investitures. The first coin celebrates the role of Her Majesty in awarding honours that recognise individual service, the second concerns charitable work and the third coin celebrates the Queen as Head of the Commonwealth.
2022 Five Pounds – 40th Birthday of Duke of Cambridge - Five Pound coin to celebrate the birthday of HRH The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William). The coin is available as Uncirculated, Silver Proof, Silver Proof Piedfort, Gold Proof and also as a range of weights of Gold Proof coins.
2020 Five Pound Coin – Tower of London: The Royal Menagerie - One of the strange stories of the Tower of London was that in 1235 Henry III (1216-72) created maybe the first zoo of exotic animals seen in England.
The 2020 Tower of London Collection concludes with the release of the fourth coin ‘The Infamous Prison’ - The 2020 Tower of London Collection concludes with the release of the fourth and final coin, The Infamous Prison.
New Five Pound Coin for Remembrance Day 2020 - The Royal Mint has released a new £5 coin for Remembrance Day 2020.
The Final Coin of the James Bond 007 Collection Issued by Royal Mint: Shaken Not Stirred - The Royal Mint have concluded their James Bond 007 coins with the release of the third coin, Shaken Not Stirred.
The second coin in the Royal Mint “Music Legends” collection features Sir Elton John - The second coin in the Royal Mint "Music Legends" collection features Sir Elton John.
The 2020 Tower of London Collection - The 2020 Tower of London Collection adds another four coins to this series.
Royal Mint Music Legends Collection Starts with Queen - The Royal Mint have started a new collection of coins called "Music Legends" and the first artists to be honoured in this way is the British rock band Queen. The 2020 Queen coins include £5 in BU, £2 silver and £100 gold.
King Cnut (Canute) and the 2017 Gold 5 Pound Coin - King Cnut the Great, better known to many as King Canute, was King of Denmark, England, and Norway. To commemorate the 1000th anniversary of King Cnut's ascendance to the English crown in 2017, the Royal Mint struck a gold proof five pounds piece (£5).