At Queen Elizabeth II’s 1953 coronation, ten statues called The Queen’s Beasts stood guard at the entrance to Westminster Abbey. Each creature represented a strand of the young woman’s ancient royal heritage that passed to her on that historic day. In 2016, the Royal Mint reincarnated the ten royal guardians who stood guard that day in a beautiful new coin series called The Queen’s Beasts. Each new release explores one of these ten fantastical protectors and the centuries-old story they have to tell.
The seventh release in the Queen’s Beasts 10-coin series commemorates the regal Yale of Beaufort. The Yale was a mythical, antelope-like creature that was white with gold spots. It possessed the tusks of a boar and large horns that could swivel independently in any direction. The Yale passed to the Queen through Henry VII, who inherited it from his mother, Lady Margaret Beaufort. Each coin is intricately struck in 1 oz .9999 fine gold and bears a face value of 100 pounds backed by the British government. Add this stunning seventh coin in the Queen’s Beast series to your order today!
Each coin contains 1 oz of .9999 fine gold in Brilliant Uncirculated condition from the Royal Mint.
Sovereign coin bearing a 100-pound face value backed by the British government.
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The obverse displays coin artist Jody Clark’s effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the legend “ELIZABETH II, D.G. REG. F.D., 100 POUNDS”, and the designer’s initials surrounding the image.
Designed by Royal Mint coin artist Jody Clark, the reverse features the Yale of Beaufort rearing up on its hind legs behind a shield. Its spots appear in relief, and its long, twisted horns are swiveled in opposite directions. The shield depicts a portcullis topped by a royal crown. A portcullis is a heavy, vertically-closing gate that fortified the entrances to many medieval castles. The coin’s weight, purity, year of issue, and “YALE OF BEAUFORT” encircle the image.
About The Royal Mint
Each 2019 British 1 oz Gold Yale coin was produced at The Royal Mint, the world’s oldest and most renowned mint. The Royal Mint, whose roots extend over 1,100 years, holds a long and distinguished tradition of craftsmanship, history, and artistry. Today, the Mint remains the world’s leading manufacturer of currency, coinage, bullion, and medals.
UK QB Gold Falcon 1/4 oz 2019
The Queens Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England is an exciting 10-coin release with new designs available on a bi-annual basis feature creatures from the heraldic history of Britain. Passed down to Queen Elizabeth II over hundreds of years, the Queens Beasts vary in origin and background.
Arrives insides of protective packaging, tubes of 25 coins, or Monster Boxes of 500 coins!
6thdesign released in the Queens Beast coinage!
Contains 1/4 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 25 (GBP) backed by the government of Great Britain.
The obverse features the fifth-generation image of Queen Elizabeth II.
Reverse depicts the Falcon of the Plantagenets.
Each 2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queens Beast Falcon of the Plantagenets coin in this listing represents the first coin issued in the series in 2019 and the sixth coin overall. Each coin is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and is available individually, or within tubes of 25 coins and Monster Boxes of 500 coins. The Monster Box contains a total of 20 tubes of 25 coins.
The Falcon of the Plantagenets comes to the royal arms and Queen Elizabeth II from King Edward III. The king had a deep love of hawking and falconry, and he choose the white falcon as part of his official emblem. The falcon was also used by other members of the Houses of York and Lancaster later one.
On the obverse of 2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queens Beast Falcon of the Plantagenets Coin is the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This latest-generation design of Her Majesty comes from Jody Clark and was created for British coinage in 2015. It captures the Queen in right-profile relief at the age of 89.
The reverse side of British Gold Queens Beast Falcon Coins includes the image of the white falcon and shield of Edward III. Other kings to use the white falcon symbol include King Edward IV, the great-great-grandson of Edward III. Later kings such as King Henry VII, whose marriage to Elizabeth of York merged the Houses of York and Lancaster, used the falcon symbol and it was a favorite of Queen Elizabeth I.
UK Gold Royal Arms 1 oz 2019
This Gold bullion coin from The Royal Mint features the Royal Arms, a symbol of strength and majesty. The awe-inspiring design is depicted on 1 ounce of .9999 fine Gold, and is the newest addition to The Royal Mint Gold bullion range.
Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
Individual coins come in protective plastic. Orders in multiples of 10 will come in Mint tubes.
Obverse: Displays the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the face value of 100 pounds on a guilloche design.
Reverse: Features the current variation of the Royal Arms, with a quartered shield, each representing nations under the United Kingdom. The coin features a radial background, exemplifying the design.
This 2019 Gold Royal Coat of Arms coin would be a great addition to any bullion collection. Add this 2019 1 oz Gold Royal Arms coin your cart today!
The iconic Royal Arms design by Eric Sewell has been reinterpreted on this 2019 bullion coin by coin designer Timothy Noad. The Royal Arms quartered shield depicts three passant guardant lions of England featured in the first and fourth quadrants, and in the second, the rampant lion and double tressure flory-counterflory represents Scotland. The third features a harp for Ireland. The shield is supported on one side by the crowned English lion and the other by the Scottish unicorn, and has a Garter circlet surrounding it, inscribed with "HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE" (shame on he who thinks evil on it). Also featured is the leek of Wales.
The Royal Arms has been a mainstay of British coinage for centuries, and symbolizes strength and majesty of the monarchy of the United Kingdom. The Royal Arms is still used today as a symbol of authority and identification, while the Royal Standard, a banner of the Royal Arms, is also flown from the royal palaces when the monarch is at home.
UK Gold Britannia Oriental Border 2019
The Gold Britannia is one of the most beautiful coin designs available in the 21stcentury, but it has been known around the world for more than three centuries. The Britannia appeared regularly on British coinage starting in the 18thcentury and throughout British colonies in the Far East starting in the 19thcentury. Right now, 2019 1 oz British Gold Oriental Border Britannia Coins are available to purchase online from Gold Financial.
Arrives inside of a protective plastic capsule!
2ndissue of Gold Britannias with the oriental border design!
Limited mintage of only 5,000 coins!
Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 100 (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
On the obverse is Queen Elizabeth II.
The reverse includes Britannias image with an oriental border design.
Each of 2019 1 oz British Gold Oriental Border Britannia Coins available to purchase here today is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The Royal Mint of England offers these low-mintage gold coins with individual protective plastic capsules. This is the second year the Royal Mint has issued the Britannia coins in a low-mintage option with an oriental border design as a nod to its colonial history in the Far East.
The use of an oriental border design on these Gold Britannias is inspired by the British Trade Dollar issued by Royal Mint facilities in India and the Far East in the 19thcentury. Following the First and Second Opium Wars in China, in which the British were victorious, ports in China were forced open by the United Kingdom. To avoid the use of British colonial currency in these port cities, British Trade Dollars were issued that often featured Britannia and included an oriental border design.
On the reverse of 2019 1 oz British Gold Oriental Border Britannia Coins is the image of Britannia from Philip Nathan in 1987. Nathans design was the winning artwork in 1987 competition hosted by the Royal Mint to find a new Britannia image for the nations official bullion coinage. This Britannia design has featured on the gold coin since 1987 and a silver version since 1997.
The obverse of 2019 British Gold Oriental Border Britannia Coins includes the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Englands longest reigning monarch features here in the fifth-generation portrait created by Jody Clark in 2015. Since 2018, the Royal Mint has used a guilloche background design behind the Queens portrait on most major bullion programs as well.
2019 1 oz Royal Mint Gold Lunar Pig
The sixth release from the British Royal Mint, the 2019 1 oz Royal Mint Year of the Pig Gold Coin. The Shengxiào Collection is a well-known coin series that was started in 2014 by the Royal Mint. This smorgasbord of traditional modern minting and Chinese beliefs quickly has become a popular way of celebrating the Chinese zodiac animals.
There is 1 troy ounce of 0.9999 pure gold in each of these coins. Furthermore, these gold bullion coins are backed by the British government with a face value of £100. With the mintage limited to only 8,888 gold 1 oz coins, this creates a high demand, and will cause this Year of the Pig Gold Coin to likely soon be out of stock.
The reverse side of these gold coins depicts a mother pig feeding her piglets–highlighting the pig's caring & laid-back nature. Above this design are imprinted the words "YEAR OF THE PIG" & "2019," followed by "1 OZ FINE GOLD .9999" designating the weight and purity of gold used in this British Gold coin. In addition, the Chinese symbol of the word ‘Pig' is imprinted to the bottom left of the mother pig.
The obverse of this gold coin features the well-known image of the right profile of Queen Elizabeth II. This portrayal of Her Majesty is imprinted on every bullion coin produced by the British Royal Mint.
To maintain a full set of Royal Mint's Shengxiào collection, these 2019 1 oz Royal Mint Year of the Pig Gold Coins are an essential purchase for avid collectors. In addition, investors find the 0.9999 purity of this gold bullion coin a very intriguing way to expand their portfolio of precious metals.
2019 Chinese Gold Panda - 30 Gram
Gold Panda coins are one of the only bullion coins to feature a yearly changing design. In 2016, this series changed to match the metric system. The 1 oz Gold Panda was replaced with this 30 gram Gold Panda, still containing .999 fine Gold.
Contains 30 grams of .999 fine Gold.
Individual coins come in original mint-sealed plastic. Multiples of 10 typically come in mint-sealed sheets.
Eligible for IRA's
Obverse: Depicts the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests in the Temple of Heaven in Beijing encircled by "People's Republic of China".
Reverse: Features an adorable scene of a mother panda holding her cub as they look at each other with sweet embrace.
Guaranteed by the People's Bank of China.
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The Gold Pandas were first minted in 1982 in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coins. In 1983, they introduced the 1/20 oz sized coins. Some years also include 5 oz and 12 oz Gold coins. In 2016, The People’s Republic of China began minting Gold Pandas in the metric system sizes to better suit the international appeal of the coins. Each year, the design of the panda changes making them highly collectible. The only year they did not change design was 2002, which used the same design as 2001. Collectors spoke up about this halt in the design changes, and the annual design changes resumed in 2003.
The People’s Republic of China issues and guarantees the quality of each Gold Panda coin. Gold Panda coins are minted from several mints each year. Those mints include but are not limited to Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Unlike the U.S. Mint, these Chinese Mints do not incorporate mint marks to distinguish the difference between each mint every year. Some years such as 1987 do feature a “Y” mintmark or “S” mintmark. The mints are also known for having minor differences in the design of the coin such as font size, small date, large date and designs of the temple in certain year’s mintages. With the annual change in design, and unique mint variations, the price of Gold Pandas has appreciated over time making them highly sought after by collectors and investors.
To add to their collectibility, the People’s Republic of China issues specialty designed Gold Panda coins for coin expositions. These designs usually feature similar panda designs with extra scrollwork or other design enhancing features along with the expositions name and variations in the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests designs. These coins tend to be an exclusive purchase at the event, but can sometimes be found to purchase by the public.
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.