The Royal Arms has been a mainstay of coinage for centuries and bound up within its symbolism is a story of conquest and alliance that shaped the United Kingdom.
The official Coat of Arms for the British monarch, its origins can be traced to the medieval battlefield. Flown on banners and borne on shields, it was a means to tell friend from foe. Evolving through the ages it remains a powerful symbol of royal jurisdiction wherever it is displayed.
First appearing in 1983, Eric Sewell’s iconic design has been reinterpreted by calligrapher Timothy Noad. Exemplifying the different strands of ancestry brought together by each monarch, it highlights the ancient heraldic devices that have come to signify their authority.
Featuring a secure radial line texture, the majesty of the Royal Arms is displayed to its fullest.
This bullion coin is also available in gold and platinum editions.
|Alloy||999 Fine Silver|
|Reverse Designer||Timothy Noad|
|Obverse Designer||Jody Clark|
|Pure Metal Type||Silver|
|Pure Metal Content||1 Troy oz|
|Fineness||999 Fine Silver|
|Packaging||Single Coin Capsule|