Royal Mint launches final coin in Mr. Men Little Miss collection

The final coin in the Royal Mint’s Mr. Men Little Miss collection has been unveiled.

‘Little Miss Sunshine’ is the last character added to the collection on a 5 pound coin.

The Royal Mint started the “Mr. Men Little Miss” collection at the beginning of this year on the occasion of the 50sth Anniversary of the lovable characters of Roger Hargreaves.

Each coin was designed by Adam Hargreaves, and other coins in the collection include Mr Strong, Little Miss Giggles, and Mr Happy.

To celebrate the launch of the final design in the collection, T.The Royal Mint worked with avid coin collector Jenni Falconer to unveil the lively Little Miss Sunshine.

Jenni also revealed that the book, first introduced in 1981, is a firm favorite in the falconer household.

Jenni Falconer said, “The Mr. Men Little Miss books are perfect for bedtime reading, and Little Miss Sunshine is a true classic!

“It is definitely our current favorite. We are very excited to add Little Miss Sunshine to our Mr. Men Little Miss coin collection.

“Coin collecting is a fun family hobby, and Mr Men and Little Miss designs will be appreciated for years to come. I love seeing the coin and book side by side as it really brings the Little Miss Sunshine character to life awakened. “

Now entering its fifth decade, the Mr. Men Little Miss collection is still as popular as it was in early 1971.

In the able hands of Adam Hargreaves, son of creator Roger Hargreaves and designer of the Mr. Men Little Miss coin collection The royal coinThe brand’s legacy captivates a new generation of fans with each era.

Little Miss Happy has been recreated on a 5 pound coin in bright yellow thanks to new technology from The Royal Mint.

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The longevity of the book series makes these whimsical little characters equally familiar to adults.

The third coin in the series with Little Miss Sunshine is available exclusively from The royal coin – Visit: to view the full range of commemorative coins and purchase the new coin.

The coin will not be put into general circulation.


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