If you buy silver from the Royal Mint of England’s Queen’s Beast Series, you’ll find no shortage of options. With bullion and proof versions of the 10 designs available, the Royal Mint offers something for investors and collectors. Now, 2019 10 oz Silver British Queen’s Beast Unicorn Coins are available to you online for purchase at Silver.com in near-perfect condition.
- Coins ship to you inside of the NGC’s protective plastic capsules!
- Fourth issue of the Queen’s Beast Series!
- Availability of certified coins is limited!
- Consists of Ten Troy ounces of .9999 fine silver.
- Issued a face value of £10 (GBP) by Britain.
- Bears a Grade of Mint State 69 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- The obverse field features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse side is a depiction of the Unicorn of Scotland.
The Queen’s Beast Series debuted in 2016 with only a 2 oz silver bullion coin initially available. In 2017, the Royal Mint expanded the series to feature proof options for each of the designs, as well as two new weights beyond the original three bullion options. Among those was the 10 oz silver coin.
In 2018, the Unicorn of Scotland debuted in the Queen’s Beast Series as the first issue of 2018 and the fourth overall in the collection behind the Lion of England, Griffin of Edward III, and the Red Dragon of Wales. The 10 oz silver coins are delayed in order behind their 2 oz silver coins, which is why the 10 oz Silver Queen’s Beast Unicorn coins have 2019 date marks.
On the obverse of 2019 10 oz Silver British Queen’s Beast Coins is the image of Queen Elizabeth II. Here, Her Majesty is depicted in right-profile relief in a design created in 2015 by Jody Clark. This image serves as the fifth-generation effigy of the Queen to grace British coinage.
The reverse of 2019 10 oz Silver Queen’s Beast Unicorn Coins includes the Unicorn of Scotland. This elegant, powerful heraldic beast is chained to the royal coat of Scotland, a shield with a rampant lion. This shield was adopted in the 13th century by Alexander III, King of Scots, and remains unchanged to this day.
King James VI of Scotland unified the Scottish and English crowns in 1603. Already the King of Scotland, James rose to the English throne following the death of Queen Elizabeth I in 1603. Childless at the time, Elizabeth I’s closest relative was James, who reigned as King James I of England.
These 2019 10 oz Silver British Queen’s Beast Unicorn Coins are available to you with Mint State 69 certifications. An MS69 coin showcases full, original mint luster with a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. Those flaws are limited in nature to minuscule contact marks and hairlines only.
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