The silver coin The Queens Beast; is a ten ounces silver bullion coin and is minted by the Royal Mint in England since 2016t…
The silver coin The Queens Beast; is a ten ounces silver bullion coin and is minted by the Royal Mint in England since 2016th.
The motif of the coin changes every year. Therefore, the silver coin is an interesting new release on the market for collectors, as well as for investors.
From now on, the obverse and reverse of the coin will be designed by the British coin designer Jody Clark.
As "The Queens Beasts" is called heraldic animals, which were used at the time of the United Kingdom, for example, on shields. These were originally named in 1953 when, on the occasion of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth, the sculptor James Woodford designed 10 statues based on the previous heraldic animals. These creatures now became known as "The Queens Beasts". Therefore, the other designs will also deal with the British heraldry, or heraldry.
Unlike most bullion coins, the coin is minted as an impressive "high relief" coinage and impresses with a particularly vivid coin motif.
The coin is a silver coin from the Royal Mint with a fineness of 999.9/1000.
With each new motif, a 2 oz silver coin, 1 oz gold coin and a 1/4 oz gold coin with the same motif are also issued.
Here you can find an overview of all motifs in the series:
⦁ The Lion of England
⦁ The Griffin of Edward III
⦁ The Falcon of the Plantagenets
⦁ The Black Bull of Clarence
⦁ The Yale of Beaufort
⦁ The White Lion of Mortimer
⦁ The White Greyhound of Richmond
⦁ The Red Dragon of Wales
⦁ The Unicorn of Scotland
⦁ The White Horse of Hanover