6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap

6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap
6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap

6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap

6 Coin Collector Set Queen's Beasts 2 oz Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Royal Mint. Photos are representative of the coins you will be sent, but may not be the actual coins.

2016 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Silver Lion of England in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule. 5 Pound Sterling face value coin.

2017 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Silver Griffin of Edward III in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule. 2017 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Red Dragon of Wales in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule.

2018 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Unicorn of Scotland in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule. 2018 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Black Bull of Clarence in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule. 2019 Queen's Beasts 2 oz 99.99% BU Falcon of the Plantagenets in British Royal Mint Standard Capsule. Ion of England is the first in the series of Queen's Beasts coins, released in March, 2016. And were not available again until Mid-June 2016.

The Griffin of Edward III. The Griffin of Edward III Queen's Beast is an ancient mythical beast. It was considered a beneficent creature, signifying courage and strength combined with guardianship, vigilance, swiftness and keen vision.

It was closely associated with Edward III. Who engraved it on his private seal.

The shield shows the Round Tower of Windser Castle (where Edward III was born) with the Royal Standard flying from the turret. Enclosed by two branches of oak surmounted by the royal. Ed Dragon of Wales is the third in the series of Queen's Beasts bullion coins, released in March 2017.

The Griffin is the second addition to our Queens Beasts bullion range. It takes its inspiration from hundreds of years of royal heraldry.

The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen's Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony. Nicorn of Scotland is the fourth in the series of Queen's Beasts bullion coins, released September 2017.

Beginning with this fourth release, the obverse background of the bullion versions was changed from a stucco-like finish to an arcing pattern of many small diamonds. The Black Bull of Clarence the fifth in the series of Queen's Beasts bullion coins, released in March 2018. The Falcon of the Plantagenets is the sixth in the series of Queen's Beasts bullion coins, released in September 2018.

The coins each depict one of The Queen's Beasts, reimagined by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins.

The Lion of England was the first to be released, now followed by his bold interpretation of The Griffin, associated with Edward III. This is the second in a series of ten designs that will celebrate each of The Queen's Beasts. Each coin contains 2 troy ounces of 999.9 fine silver. The item "6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap" is in sale since Sunday, February 24, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins".

The seller is "mongojacksonfranklin" and is located in Abington, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.


6 Set Queens Beast Silver Lion-Griffin-Dragon-Unicorn-Bull-Falcon Standard Cap