The Maundy Thursday ceremony is steeped in over 1000 years of royal tradition, where the reigning monarch presents The Royal Maundy - a very limited number of silver coin sets to deserving members of the public for their contribution to the church or community. This coinage – Royal Maundy money – is considered to be amongst the rarest in the world.

Royal Maundy money is issued each year on the personal request of the monarch and the number of sets issued represents the monarch’s age. It is likely that no other set of coins in the world has delivered such continuous service. When British coinage was decimalised in 1971, they were the only coins to retain the same design and specification, and to this day they still bear the longest used coin portrait in the history of coinage – Mary Gillick’s 1952 portrait of The Queen.

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