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To celebrate the launch of a new range of collectable coins celebrating iconic British band, The Who, co-founder and lead singer of The Who Roger Daltrey visited The Royal Mint to strike one of the very first coins.

The Who Are Making Money

by Paul Cashmere

The British Royal Mint has The Who in the money. A series of coins based on The Who is about to be released in the UK.

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