Silver Queen's Beasts Coins

Silver Queen’s Beast coins were released at the same time as the gold series. Between 2016 and 2021 the Royal Mint plans to release a series of 10 coins featuring all of the 10 heraldic beasts present at Queens Elizabeth II’s coronation. They bridge the gap beautifully between investment coins and coins which will benefit from huge collector’s demand.

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    10 oz Queen's Beasts White Lion Silver Coin (2021)

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    10 oz Queen's Beasts Yale of Beaufort Silver Coin (2020)

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    10 oz Queen's Beasts Yale of Beaufort Silver Coin (2020)

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    2oz Queen's Beasts Lion Silver Coin (2016)

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    10oz Queen's Beasts Unicorn Silver Coin (2019)

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Queen's Beasts Silver Coin Series

Currently available in the Queen’s Beast silver bullion coin series is The Lion of England, The Griffin of Edward, The Red Dragon of Wales, The Black Bull of Clarence and The Unicorn of Scotland with the other beasts to follow.

These 2oz bullion coins are of exceptional quality featuring stunning designs created by the Royal Mint’s Jody Clarke and produced in .9999 pure silver, making them one of the purest silver bullion coins available on the market.

The Queen’s Beast Silver coins are struck with a stunning chainmail pattern on one side. This unique and beautiful design gives them an elegant appearance that stands them apart from other bullion coins.

For collectors who appreciate British history, as well as the stunning mythical creature, inspired designs, these coins represent an excellent addition.

The silver series was designed by Jody Clark, one of the most prestigious British artists designing coins today. He is most well-known for designing the current portrayal of Queen Elizabeth used in most modern-day coins produced by the Royal Mint.

According to the artist himself, he took inspiration for the coin designs from both the original statues, now displayed in Canada’s museum of history and their replicas in Kew Gardens.