The Queen’s Beasts | Gold, Silver and Platinum Bullion Coins

Royal Mint is one of the oldest mintings organizations who is leading this industry almost over a thousand years. They are also one of the key stakeholders in the bullion market. They provide the high-quality bullion coins with high security for their customers that someone expect from a leading mint company. They also offer lots of varieties so you can choose your favorite bullion coin. From their large number of collections, the Queen’s Beasts bullion coins are the latest addition. Not only it’s the perfect investment but it also includes 2 Oz silver coin for the first time in the United Kingdom bullion coin history.

At the time of the coronation of her Majesty the Queen, 10 heraldic beasts take a guard. In 1953, famous designer James Woodford RA engraved the Queen’s Beasts during her coronation ceremony held in Westminster Abbey. It was 6 feet tall and the beasts represent the different royal ancestry brought together at the coronation. One of each proud beast is used as a heraldic symbol by generations before the Queen.

Now, the Queen’s Beasts are located at the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec. Meanwhile, the Portland Stone replicas look after at Kew gardens in the UK. But these ancient, mythical beasts like lions, bull, yale, dragon, falcon, unicorn, horse and greyhound have gone on to motivate the new artist. That’s a good thing, right!

The Queen’s Beast, a Royal mint bullion portfolio continues to produce with a new line of Gold and Silver coins. The coins portray one of the Queen’s Beasts, designed by the famous Royal Mint designer Jody Clark. He designed the latest definite collective coins depict of the Queen to show on the UK coins. The Lion of England will be his first coin to be delivered.

The Lion

The Royal arms of the Lion are the arms of the monarch. It is the ancient device that symbolizes their sovereignty. The arms symbolize Queen Elizabeth II and the UK. Two symbolic beasts represent the support of quartered shield named the Scottish unicorn and the English Lion. The golden-crowned Lion of England has been one of the supporters of Royal arms. Since the twelfth century, the symbol of the lion is shown on the coat of arms of every British territory.

If you are impressed enough with this silver coin, then next thing you have to buy from an authentic store. There are many online reliable stores like LPM who can give you these kinds of coin with its original packaging. So grab it as early as possible.

Royal Mint Introduce New One Ounce Silver Bullion Coin

The Royal Mint has begun to create a series of 1oz silver bullion coin which is referred to as “Landmarks of Britain”.

Previously, Royal Mint had only a small bullion range in their collection. But they are expanding their range in recent times. Most recently, they launched Anniversary Britannia and right that they create this bullion series called “Landmarks Of Britain”. They have planned to introduce four coins for this series.

  1. Big Ben
  2. Tower Bridge
  3. Trafalgar Square
  4. Buckingham Palace

These colored coins are planning to create by inspiring from four landmarks of London. The first bullion coin is released as the inspiration landmark of Big Ben. It is the most popular landmarks in London, and the coin shows the inspiration of this tremendous architectural design. Interesting fact that, Big Ben is the name of a tower bell placed at the north end of the Westminster Palace.

It’s well-known that the name Big Ben is used to the honor of first commissioner Sir Benjamin Hall who serves the period of 1855-1858. The original bell was placed in 1856 but broke very quickly and replaced in 1858, but again it has broken. At least, a small hammer was utilized to strike. Big Ben is still a damaged bell which gives a particular sound because of the crack, and it sounds like musical note E. The sound is so famous right now that it reminds the fabric of British life.

Instead of using the straight image of Big Ben which normally portraits in movies and TV shows, Royal mint decided to use the tourist view of the tower. A view from the street covering with a sight of the typical weather of London. Considering the two landmarks – “Big Ben and Buckingham Palace”, Royal mint designers decided to show on the surface of 2 Oz silver coin in 2014 and 2015 which is nearly cost £100. The one with Big Ben face on it, sold quickly and Royal mint acquired a great value. Following the success of Big Ben, they decided to release the 1 Oz silver coin bullion. And they are getting success on that too.

One ounce silver coin bullion is priced slightly high compared to the Britannia. They released only fifty thousand pieces minted per design considering the four landmarks. The demand as estimated is an uprising. You can buy this silver coin bullion from the store of Their coins come in an original and unique capsule.

Though it’s slightly expensive than other series, it’s our high recommendation to collect this one. It will add up excellent value to your collection.