2oz Silver Tudor Beasts Bull of Clarence Coin
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2023 Tudor Beast Bull of Clarence 2oz Silver Coin
This is a brand new 2oz silver bullion coin. Produced by the Royal Mint, this is the third issue of the popular 10-coin collectible series of Tudor Beasts coins. These 2oz silver coins are the same diameter as popular 1oz silver coins, but twice the thickness. This makes them not only satisfyingly heavy for their diameter, but also easy to store and stack.
After the huge success of the Queen’s Beasts series of coins, these Tudor Beasts coins commemorate the 10 heraldic beasts which line the Hampton Court Palace Moat bridge. These statues were created to celebrate the marriage of Henry VIII to Jane Seymour, representing the might of the Tudor dynasty.
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 Bull of Clarence 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.
Bull of Clarence Tudor Beast
The 3rd Tudor Beasts Royal Mint gold coin features a stunning design by David Lawrence, depicting the powerful Bull of Clarence on its hind legs, clutching a shield adorned with the Tudor Rose. The Bull has long been recognised to represent vigour and affluence. The background to the bull image is textured with an animated chainmail effect for added security and aesthetics.
The front of the coin is the first of the Tudor Beasts series to display the brand new official portrait of King Charles III by Martin Jennings. The background to His Majesty features the familiar guilloché design.
Our Expert Opinion
Most gold & silver enthusiasts will know that the previous Queen’s Beasts series of coins sold out quickly, with secondary premiums rising significantly to reflect their scarcity.
We recommend collectors and investors buy Tudor Beasts quickly after their release as introductory premiums are low, before supplies run out.
Similar to the mass-produced silver Britannias, all the Tudor beasts coins are also Capital gains Tax free due to having legal tender status.
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.
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.