The Royal Mint has unveiled designs for seven UK coins, the first time they have been changed in 40 years.
The coins feature different details of the royal coat of arms, which will reveal the full image when placed together.
The coins are expected to enter circulation gradually this summer, alongside the 27 billion coins currently in circulation.
The front of the coins will continue to bear a portrait of the Queen, and the £2 coin remains unchanged.
The royal coat of arms are a symbol of the reigning monarch, first used on coins in the mid-14th Century.
Only four non-royals have appeared on coins: Oliver Cromwell, Horatio Nelson, Winston Churchill and Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
The designs were chosen through a competition which attracted more than 4,000 entries.
The winning designer, Matthew Dent, 26, from Bangor, said it was a "tremendous honour" for his designs to have been chosen.