The most interesting aspect of the Proof Silver British Queen’s Beast Series is the variety of weights offered that aren’t available in the bullion collection. Among the offerings not found in bullion is the 1 oz silver coin, which is available in a fourth proof issue with the Black Bull of Clarence. Right now, 2018 1 oz Proof Silver British Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you within a black commemorative box from the Royal Mint with an included Certificate of Authenticity!
- Fourth design released in the Proof Silver Queen’s Beast Series!
- Mintage limited to 6,000 coins only!
- Bears a face value of £2 (GBP) is backed by the government of Great Britain.
- Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait appears on the obverse.
- The Royal Arms with the Black Bull of Clarence is found on the reverse.
- Jody Clark designed the images on both sides.
Each 2018 1 oz Proof Silver British Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coin is available to you in special packaging to protect the coin and enable brilliant display. The coins are individually encapsulated and set inside the lined interior of a black display box. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from the Royal Mint.
In the Silver Queen’s Beast Series of coins, the bullion option debuted with the first-ever 2 oz silver bullion coin from the Royal Mint back in 2016. In 2017, a 10 oz bullion option was added which is the only weight available in both bullion and proof options. The proof series additionally features a 1 oz silver, 5 oz, and 1 Kilogram option.
On the obverse of the 2018 1 oz Proof Silver British Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coin is the design of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty features on the obverse of all British coinage, and in this design, you’ll find her depicted in right-profile relief at the age of 89. This image was created in 2015 as the fifth-generation effigy of Her Majesty for British coins.
The reverse of 2018 Proof Silver British Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coins includes the massive and powerful Black Bull of Clarence. Both King Edward IV, the first Yorkist King of England, and his brother Richard III, the last Yorkist King of England, used the black bull as a symbol. However, the bull also featured in the Royal Arms over 200 years with Lancastrians, Yorkists, and Tudors all using the bull.
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