1809 – The Royal Mint, London

Architect: Robert Smirke


Constructed in 1809, the Royal Mint complex is much re-built as technology changed over time for the production of money. Smirke’s building was internally rebuilt in the 1880s to accommodate new machinery which increased the capacity of the Mint.

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