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1oz Gold White Horse of Hanover Queen’s Beast – Full tube of 10 coins

Product code: GWHBEA20T

£20,101.63

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Specifications

Manufacturer
Royal Mint
Country
UK
Fineness
999.9
Total Weight (grams)
312
Pure Metal Weight (g)
311.03
Diameter
32.69mm
Face Value
£100

White Horse of Hanover Queens Beast tube of 10 coins

This is full sealed allocation of 10 x brand new 1oz gold bullion coins. Produced by the Royal Mint as part of their esteemed Queens Beast series, the Gold White Horse Queen’s Beast is the penultimate issue of a ten coin series. This is a cheaper way of buying a tube of ten White Horse of Hanover Queens Beasts.

Each coin is minted to 999.9 purity gold, containing 1 troy ounce of 24-carat gold. Like the other 1oz gold coins in the series, the White Greyhound possesses a face value of £100, qualifying the coin as legal tender – meaning any profits made when selling the coins in the future are completely free from Capital Gains Tax. The Royal Mint has produced these coins to bullion finish, deeming them ideal for investment due to their lower production cost.

History and Design of White Horse of Hanover

The Queens Beast series celebrates the ten heraldic beasts which were present in statue form at Queens Elizabeth’s 1953 Coronation at Westminster Abbey. The ten beasts represent the queen’s illustrious line of ancestry with each creature associated with various Royal Houses and monarchs. The Royal Mint produce these coins in gold, silver and platinum versions, with the silver coming in 2oz and 10oz editions, while the gold is produced in quarter ounce as well as these full 1-ounce versions.

The White Horse Beast celebrates the rule of King George I, the first monarch from Hanover to rule Britain in 1714. His ascension to the throne came as he was the closest living Protestant relative to Queen Anne. He was the grandson of Elizabeth Stuart, sister of Charles I, and in fact ruled the whole of Britain, France and Ireland. The Haus Hanover lineage stemmed from the House of Brunswick-Luneburg, rulers of the pre-republic Duchy of Brunswick.

The central image of the White Horse, depicts a beast rearing over George I’s Coat of Arms. This shield is split into four, with each quarter representing Britain, France, Ireland and Hanover (Brunswick, Luneburg and Hanover).

The wonderfully detailed main image pops out even more as it sits on a dimpled background, adding depth. Around the edge of the image is the wording ‘YALE OF BEAUFORT’, coins weight ‘1oz’, ‘FINE GOLD’, purity ‘999.9’ and finally the year of issuance.

The design of both the reverse and obverse of this coin is by renowned artist Jody Clark. While Clark’s 5th portrait of the Queen is now familiar on the full current range of Royal Mint coins, it is only the Queens Beasts coins which showcase his design on the rear too. In fact, it’s unusual for the Mint’s coins to feature both sides by the same artist.

Snap these fantastic coins up while you can. Whether you purchase one coin as part of the full ten-coin set, buy the various sizes and precious metal versions, or buy higher quantities for investment, make sure you do it while stocks last. Previous issues of the series have sold out quickly with premiums rising significantly as gold coin collectors seek difficult to obtain coins. Premiums when first released tend to be low, offering a small window of opportunity to lock in incredible value.

Like the gold Britannia, the White Greyhound of Richmond Queens Beast coin is very popular for gold investors due to its tax-free status for UK investors.

Our Expert Opinion

Snap these fantastic coins up while you can. Whether you purchase one coin as part of the full ten-coin set, buy the various sizes and precious metal versions, or buy higher quantities for investment, make sure you do it while stocks last. Previous issues of the series have sold out quickly with premiums rising significantly as gold coin collectors seek difficult to obtain coins. Premiums when first released tend to be low, offering a small window of opportunity to lock in incredible value.

Like the gold Britannia, the White Horse of Hanover Queens Beast coin is very popular for gold investors due to its tax-free status for UK investors.

Orders are delivered free of charge within the UK only.

Delivery is in non-branded tamper proof packaging by Royal Mail Special Delivery and is fully insured. Delivery usually takes place before 1pm on the day following despatch, but some areas may run over this timeframe.

Maximum value per parcel is £50,000, so larger orders will be sent in multiple installments.
When placing your order, the delivery address needs to match the registered address of the buyer.

You’ll receive a despatch email with a tracking link once the goods are sent so you can see the status of the delivery and location of the parcel.

In the event that no-one is in to receive the delivery, you’ll be left a red card confirming attempted delivery, with confirmation on the Royal Mail tracking page. You then have the choice of arranging redelivery or picking up the parcel from your nearest sorting office.

For more details please see section 4 of our Terms & Conditions and our Delivery & Storage page.

If you request storage for your order, your goods will be sent free of charge to the storage vaults.

All gold & silver orders are stored at Loomis International in the UK and held on a fully allocated and segregated basis.
Storage fees are 1%+VAT/year for gold and 1.5%+VAT/year for silver, subject to minimum charges.

Please see further details of storage fees and minimum charges on our Storage & Delivery page.

Storage is charged at point of purchase by selecting ‘Buy with Storage’ to the next semi-annual pay date. Semi-annual storage dates are 15 March and 15 September each year and are subject to minimum charges for the period.

A recurring storage fee will be taken from your card at each semi-annual storage date.
You can opt to have your goods delivered at any time, subject to delivery charges of £25 +0.25% of the metal value.