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The epic story of The Tower of London is set to be retold in the form of a special collection of coins, the Royal Mint has announced.
Many poppies from the Tower of London were sold off for PS25 each - and now some of the remainder are being used for a touring display around Britain with the original artist Paul Cummins, who hails from Chesterfield.
He said: "The original installation at the Tower of London attracted millions of international visitors and became an iconic image for the centenary commemorations for the First World War.
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The art installation, entitled Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, was created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins and millions of visitors gathered around the Tower of London to view the 888,246 ceramic poppies to mark the centenary of World War One.
While nowhere near the scale of the Tower of London's tribute - which has seen 888,246 handmade clay poppies covering an area the size of 16 football pitches outside the popular tourist attraction - Kevin, 36, has pinned more than 1,000 poppies to the outside walls in his own "war and pizza" tribute to the fallen.
Two Yeoman Warders at the Tower of London have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations of harassment of the first female Beefeater.
``Who'd have thought a lad from Huyton would end up as Chief Beefeater at the Tower of London?'' he said.
Torture was a perfectly genuine feature of imprisonment at the Tower of London, though the truth of it has been exaggerated probably more than any other part of the fortress's history.
The men from North America will also guard St James's Palace and be on parade at the Tower of London for the next month.
The Tower of London was bathed in the light of around 10,000 flames which filled the empty moat encircling the landmark to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
BBC Good Food Show Feast, Tower of London (September 22 - 24) The Tower of London has seen many a feast - but probably not in the dry moat.