The Black Bull of Clarence 2018 UK Gold Proof Kilo Coin

  • RRP £49,950.00
  • This exclusive coin is the fourth addition to The Queen’s Beasts Collection and just ten are available to buy
  • The mighty, rearing bull is beautifully portrayed by coin designer Jody Clark
  • Year-dated 2018– the same year that Her Majesty The Queen celebrates the 65th anniversary of her coronation
  • Struck in a kilo of 999 fine gold and finished to Proof standard
  • Product code: UK18QBGK

To place an order for a gold Proof kilo coin from The Royal Mint please call 0800 032 2152.

Availability is extremely limited.

Unlock the Mysteries of Heraldry in Precious Metal

The Queen’s Beasts appeared together for the first time in 1953 at the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen at her coronation, and as we celebrate its 65th anniversary, collectors have the unique opportunity to purchase this very special piece of royal history.

When Edward IV fought in the Battle of Towton in 1461, he had the Black Bull of Clarence on his side. He and his army carried the image of this powerful beast on their shields and it brought them victory as they defeated the House of Lancaster and Edward became the first Yorkist King of England. The bull went on to feature on the Royal Arms and on coins during the 1560s when Elizabeth I ordered the recoinage of all silver coins and it has been a familiar symbol ever since.

Only ten of these exclusive coins have been struck in one kilogramme of 999 fine gold and finished to Proof standard.

The Black Bull of Clarence 2018 UK Gold Proof Kilo Coin

Denomination £1000
Maximum Coin Mintage 10
Alloy 999 Fine Gold
Weight 1005.00g
Diameter 100.00mm
Reverse Designer Jody Clark
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Proof
Year 2018
Pure Metal Type Gold

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