In 2016, the Royal Mint unveiled the Queen’s Beast Series. This captivating 10-coin set showcases the emblematic creatures that graced the entrance of Westminster Abbey during Queen Elizabeth II's iconic coronation in 1953. Both gold and silver versions of each design were made available, with the silver series notably featuring a 2 oz coin. Currently, 2 oz British Silver Queen’s Beast Coins can be acquired online through GSI Exchange.
Each 2 oz British Silver Queen’s Beast Coin available on GSI Exchange comes in a range of designs and conditions. Some might be in pristine or near-pristine state, while others might exhibit minting discrepancies or signs of handling. The designs and dates differ from one coin to another.
GSI Exchange presents these coins on a random basis. We cannot assure specific dates, designs, or conditions beforehand. Coins are selected randomly once your payment is processed, and the exact coin(s) you obtain will depend on our inventory at that moment. If you purchase multiple coins, there's a possibility they might have identical dates, designs, and conditions.
The 2 oz British Silver Queen’s Beast Coin made its debut in 2016, marking the commencement of the series. With this, the Royal Mint released its inaugural 2 oz silver bullion coin. Over the series' span, 10 unique designs were launched: one each in 2016 and 2021, and two annually from 2017 to 2020.
All British Silver Queen’s Beast Coins feature Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side. Every coin proudly displays the fifth-generation depiction of Her Majesty, crafted by Jody Clark. This rendition captures the Queen in a right-profile relief, adorned with the George IV State Diadem Crown.
The reverse side of the 2 oz Silver Queen’s Beast Coins is graced by various emblematic creatures. The series initiated in 2016 with the Lion of England motif and culminated in 2021 with the White Greyhound of Richmond.
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