The first official Royal Arms of England dates back more than 800 years to the reign of the second Plantagenet King of England. King Richard I, better known as Richard the Lionheart, reigned for a decade at the close of the 12thcentury and is responsible for the adoption of the first official Royal Arms of the kingdom.
Arrives in a protective plastic flip, a mint tube of 25 coins, or a Monster Box of 500 coins!
2ndissue of the 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms coin!
Impressive vision of the Royal Arms of England!
Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 2 Pound sterling (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse.
The Lion of England and Unicorn of Scotland supporting the modern Royal Arms of England.
Designed by Timothy Noad.
Each 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coin available to you here today comes with an individual protective plastic flip for purchases of single coins. If you purchase multiples, you will find them offered in mint tubes of 25 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins containing a total of 20 tubes. All coins are available as Brilliant Uncirculated specimens.
Prior to the rule of King Richard I, his father King Henry II and other previous Anglo-Saxon and Danish kings used lions in the heraldry. This included the various Anglo-Saxon and Danish kingdoms, as well as the eventual unified English kingdom as established by Alfred the Great. However, Richard I is credited with adopting the Three Lions design that is now recognized globally as a central piece of the Royal Arms of the English monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse of all 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coins. This right-profile bust of the Queen was developed in 2015 by Jody Clark, the youngest artist ever to create a monarchs bust for the Royal Mint of England. In this design, Her Majesty wears the George IV State Diadem Crown.
Timothy Noad designed the modern depiction of the Royal Arms of England featured on the reverse of these 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coin. The Crowned Lion of England supports the shield to the left, while the Unicorn of Scotland supports it on the right. The quartered shield is crowned and features within its quadrants the Three Lions of England in the first and fourth positions, with the Lion of Scotland in the second position and the Harp of Ireland in the third position.
UK Silver Royal Arms 10 oz 2020
In 2019, The British Royal Mint released the first coins in "The Royal Arms" series. It originally featured a 1 oz gold coin and a 1 oz silver coin displaying the British Royal Arms. This year, Bullion Exchanges offers the Royal Mint’s brand-new issue in this series, the 2020 Great Britain 10 oz Silver Royal Arms Coin. This symbolic coin contains .999 fine silver and weighs ten troy ounces. This beautiful British coin comes in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and bears the majestic Royal Arms symbol representing the four nations of the United Kingdom. Don’t miss out on obtaining this superb silver coin!
Dating back to ancient times, the royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom represents absolute authority and military might. Used by the governing British monarch, the Coat of Arms has undergone various changes throughout the years. shown on this coin Making its first appearance on the currency in the 14th century, the royal coat of arms is now used by Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II.
The obverse of the coin showcases the royal bust of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Jody Clark. The Queen’s head faces towards the right, adorned with her royal crown and elegant jewelry.
The reverse, designed by Timothy Noad, displays the Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom. A lion and unicorn are shown leaping out from behind a shield. The shield exhibits the emblem representing the nations of the United Kingdom. The rampant lion represents Scotland, the harp represents Ireland, and the three lions represent England. The phrase ‘Dieu et mon droit’ (‘God and my right’) is inscribed underneath the lion and unicorn. Additionally, the phrase ‘Honi soit qui mal y pense’ (‘shame upon him who thinks evil upon it’) is inscribed upon the shield. The background features a radial line texture which enhances the design’s aesthetic appeal.
Struck from .999 fine silver with a weight of 10 troy oz.
Produced by the British Royal Mint
Brilliant Uncirculated Condition
Legal tender coin with a face value of 10 British Pounds
Backed by the British Government.
Individual coins ship in protective capsules, lots of 15 coins are shipped in official Royal Mint Boxes.
Obverse: Features the bust of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions: “Elizabeth II”, “D.G. REG F.D” (Queen by the Grace of God), and the denomination.
Reverse: Displays the present royal coat of arms of Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions: “2020”, “Dieu et mon droit”, “Honi soit qui mal y pense”, and the weight and purity of the coin.
UK QB Silver White Horse 2 oz 2020
The Queens Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England is down to its final two designs and now features one of the youngest heraldic beasts in the Royal Arms of England. The White Horse of Hanover came to the Royal Arms of England in 1714 when the Elector George of Hanover gained the crown of Great Britain and became the first of six monarchs from Hanover to reign in Britain.
Arrives in a protective flip, a tube of 10 coins, or a box of 200 coins!
9thissue in the Queens Beast Series!
Depicts the White Horse of Hanover!
Contains 2 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 5 Pound sterling (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
The obverse field features Queen Elizabeth II.
On the reverse is the White Horse of Hanover from the arms of the House of Hanover.
Each 2020 2 oz British Silver Queens Beast White Horse Coin in this product listing represents the ninth of 10 designs in the Queens Beast Series. The first-ever 2 oz silver bullion coins from the Royal Mint of England, each one available in this product listing comes to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins are housed individually inside of protective flips, or packaged in multiples of 10 per mint tube and multiples of 200 coins per Monster Box.
In 1714, the Royal Arms of England underwent a significant change that saw the first addition of foreign lands outside the British Isles to the seal in more nearly 400 years. Recent iterations had featured the Three Lions together in quadrants with either the French fleur de lis or the Lion of Scotland. On the death of Queen Anne, George the Elector of Hanover was named King of Great Britain and Ireland and ruled as King George I. He was the first monarch from the House of Hanover.
The obverse field of the 2020 2 oz British Silver Queens Beast White Horse Coin includes the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief in the 2015 fifth-generation design from Jody Clark. The background field on this side of the coin bears the guilloche design element.
On the reverse field, the coin bears Jody Clarks White Horse of Hanover design. A powerful stallion bucks up on its hind legs behind the shield. This quartered shield reflects the Royal Arms of England adopted first by King George I. it places the Three Lions and Lion of Scotland in one quadrant, the Harp of Ireland in another, the French fleur de lis in another, and the House of Hanover’s arms in a final quadrant. The new element that brings in the final quadrant is the White Horse symbolizing the House of Hanover.
2 oz Silver Bullet - .308 Caliber
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 2 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 Fine Silver and are modeled after .308 Caliber Winchester rifle ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 10 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 fine Silver and are modeled after .50 Caliber Browning Machine Gun ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 1 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 fine Silver and are modeled after .45 Caliber Semi-Automatic Colt Pistol ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.