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How many Queen’s Beast coins have been released?

 Ten Queen’s Beast coins have been released with The Completer coin in the Queen’s Beasts series that incorporates the ten heraldic beasts. Each coin features a different mythical creature from British heraldry, and they are all struck in 999.9 fine gold or 999.9 fine silver. The coins are popular among collectors for their beauty and connection to the British monarchy.

The Queen’s Beasts coins were first released in 2016 with the Lion of England coin. The series is inspired by the ten heraldic beasts that stood guard at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. The animals chosen for the coins were all associated with the British monarchy.

How many Queen’s beast coins are there?

The ten coins in the series have been released, and they are as follows:

  1. The Queen Beast Lion’2016 2oz The Lion of England Queen Beast Silver Coin.’
  2. The Griffin of Edward III ‘2017 2oz Queen’s Beasts The Griffin of Edward Silver Coin.’
  3. The Red Dragon of Wales or known as ‘2017 2oz Welsh Red Dragon Queen Beast Silver Coin.’
  4. The Unicorn of Scotland’2018 2oz The Unicorn of Scotland Silver Coin.’
  5. The Black Bull of Clarence’ 2018 2oz Silver Queen’s Beasts Black Bull of Clarence Silver Coin.’
  6. The Falcon of the Plantagenet’s ‘2019 2oz Queen’s Beasts Falcon of Plantagenets silver Coin.’
  7. The Yale of Beaufort ‘2019 2oz Queen’s Beasts Yale of Beaufort Silver Coin.’
  8. The White Lion of Mortimer’ 2020 2oz Queen’s Beasts White Lion of Mortimer Silver Coin.’
  9. The White Horse of Hanover’2020 2oz Queens Beast White Horse of Hanover Silver Coin.’
  10. The White Greyhound of Richmond ‘2021 2oz Queen’s Beast White Greyhound Silver Coin.’

Are Queen’s beast coins a good investment?

With their high precious metal content and limited mintage numbers, Queen’s Beast bullion coins are a good investment for collectors and investors alike. The coins are popular among those who appreciate both British history and mythology, and they will continue to rise in value as the series continues. So far, the Queen’s Beasts series has been a resounding success, with each coin selling out quickly. The coins are struck in gold and silver, and they are popular among collectors of both metals. In addition, both coins are CGT free, making them an attractive option for UK investors.

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How many queen's beast coins have been released? 

What is the Completer coin in the Queen’s Beasts series?

The Completer coin in the Queen’s Beasts series incorporates the ten heraldic beasts. Each coin features a different mythical creature from British heraldry, and they are all struck in 999.9 fine gold or 999.9 fine silver. The coins are popular among collectors for their beauty and connection to the British monarchy.

How many Queen’s beasts are in a tube?

A tube of 2oz Silver Queen’s Beasts coins and 1oz Gold Coins has ten coins in total in a tube. 

Who designed the Queen’s beast coins?

The coin series was designed by Jody Clark, the designer of the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that appears on these coins.

What is the face value of a Queen’s beast coin?

The face value of a Queen’s Beast 2oz silver coin is £5 (GBP), while the 1 oz Gold coin has a face value of £100 (GBP). The 10oz British coin has a face value of £10 (GBP)

What is the largest Queen’s beast coin?

The largest coin in the Queen’s Beasts series is the 2021 UK Queen’s Beasts Completer 1kg Silver Coin which has a face value of £500 (GBP).

What Proof v. Bullion Queen’s Beasts Coins?

The Proof coins are specially made for collectors and have a higher quality finish. On the other hand, the Bullion coins are made for investors and have a lower quality finish.

The Royal Mint released both bullion and proof versions of all the Queen’s Beasts series coins. The bullion versions have a chain-link design in the background field, while the proof coins have a plain field and a sharper finish.

The proof coins are also struck multiple times to create a higher quality coin. However, the higher quality of these coins also comes with a higher purchase price than bullion coins.

Queen's beasts Gold and Silver Coins - UK

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