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VIII/X The White Horse of Hanover

The Queen’s Beasts Collection continues with the eighth beast in the ten-coin series – the White Horse of Hanover. With roots in medieval times, the emblem of the white horse became part of Her Late Majesty The Queen’s ancestral story when George I was crowned. Royal Mint designer Jody Clark brings his signature contemporary style to this interpretation, combining dynamic realism and heraldic symbolism. The coin is available in a range of precious metal Proof editions, plus a Brilliant Uncirculated version in an informative fold-out wallet.

X/X The Griffin of Edward III

X/X The Griffin of Edward III

Part lion and part eagle, the griffin combines the characteristics of the king of the beasts and the air to create a creature more powerful than either.

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IX/X The White Greyhound of Richmond

IX/X The White Greyhound of Richmond

The hound is a common symbol in heraldry, used by royalty long before Henry VII, but it is closely associated with the first Tudor king.

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