The Queen's Beasts 2017 – The Griffin - 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin | The Royal Mint



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The Queen's Beasts 2017 The Griffin 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin

Bullion | 999.9 Fine Gold

Awaiting Stock | Product code: QB1701G

Unit Price {{unitPrice}} Single unit £2,017.60


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10+ £1,967.16

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Product Description

Following the release of The Lion of England, The Griffin is the second in a series of Queen’s Beasts coins that take inspiration from hundreds of years of royal heraldry. The coins each depict one of The Queen’s Beasts, reimagined by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark.

The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen’s Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony. This coin represents the Griffin, which was closely associated with Edward III.

Key Points:
Struck to bullion standard
One troy ounce of 999.9 fine gold (24 carat)
The second in a series of ten designs that will celebrate each of The Queen's Beasts
VAT free for non VAT registered private individuals
Exempt from capital gains tax for UK residents
Individually packaged in a single coin capsule
Also available in a 10 coin tube and quarter ounce coin


The Queen's Beasts 2017 The Griffin 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin

Denomination £100
Alloy 999.9 fine gold
Diameter 32.69mm
Reverse Designer Jody Clark
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Bullion
Year 2017
Pure Metal Type Gold
Pure Metal Content 1 Troy Oz
Fineness 999.9
Packaging Single Coin Capsule


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