The Royal Arms of England is the official emblem of the monarch of the kingdom. A personal symbol of the reigning monarch, the Royal Arms of England includes the symbols of the various member states that make up the modern United Kingdom. These symbols are the coat of arms for the independent states of Northern Ireland, Scotland, and England. Today, the 2020 1 oz Silver British Royal Arms Coin is available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of a protective flip, a mint tube of 25 coins, or a Monster Box of 500 coins!
- Second year of issue for the 1 oz Silver British Royal Arms coin!
- Impressive depiction of the modern Royal Arms of England!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in BU condition.
- The face value of Two Pound sterling (GBP) is fully backed by the British government.
- On the obverse is Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse features a modern depiction of the Royal Arms of England.
- Created by Timothy Noad.
The first official Royal Arms of England came from King Richard I, the second Plantagenet King of England. Richard I’s Royal Arms came from battle standards that his forces carried into war. He had previously used one or two lions in a rampant pose on shields, but the eventual Three Lions he adopted included a red field with three golden lions in a passant guardant pose instead.
All of the 2020 1 oz Silver British Royal Arms Coins in this product listing come to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition from the mint. The coins are housed individually inside of protective flips, inside of mint tubes of 25 coins, or inside of Monster Boxes of 500 coins. The Monster Box packages the 500 coins in 20 tubes of 25 coins each.
On the obverse side of the 2020 1 oz Silver British Royal Arms Coin, you will find the latest effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Queen of England since 1952, this is the fifth iteration of the Queen’s portrait to appear on British denominations during her reign. Created in 2015 by Jody Clark, this right-profile bust of the Queen depicts Her Majesty at the age of 89.
The reverse face of 2020 Silver British Royal Arms Coins includes the image of the modern Royal Arms of England. The Lion of England has long supported by the Royal Arms, but with the physical union of the crowns of England and Scotland under King James I in 1603, the Unicorn of Scotland was added as a supporting beast. The quadrants of the shield in the Royal Arms represent the modern constituent states of the United Kingdom. The Three Lions of England in quadrants one and four, the Lion of Scotland in quadrant two, and the Harp of Ireland in quadrant three representing Northern Ireland.
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