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2oz Silver Tudor Beasts The Lion of England Coin



    2022 Tudor Beast The Lion of England 2oz Silver Coin

    This is a brand new 2oz silver bullion coin. Produced by the Royal Mint to start a brand new 10 coin collectible series of Tudor Beasts coins.

    The coin celebrates the success of the 10 beast series by featuring each of the previous beasts surrounding and protecting Queen Elizabeth, as the original statues were designed to do.

    Each coin is minted to 999.9 purity silver, containing 2 troy ounces of 24-carat silver. Coins will arrive in official tubes for orders in multiples of ten. Like the other 2oz gold coins in the series, the Lion of England coin possesses a face value of £5, 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.

    Lion of England Tudor Beast

    Synonimous with English pride and courage, the Lion has been a well recognised symbol for many years, even during Tudor times. This is the first of the Tudor beasts series of 10, representing the 10 iconic beasts statues which flanked the Moat Bridge at Hampton Court.

    The Lion image depicts a shield, consisting of the arms of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour.

    The obverse of the coin bears the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the new guilloché design.

    Our Expert Opinion

    Snap these fantastic coins up while you can. Coins in the previous Queen’s Beasts series have sold out quickly with premiums rising significantly as silver 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.

    Investors have long been adding the queens beasts coins to their collections, not just for their tax-free status for UK investors. The chance of soaring premiums in combined with the certainty of tax efficiency. Just like with the more standard silver Britannias, all the queens beasts coins are also Capital gains Tax free due to having legal tender status.