The regular issues of the Queen’s Beast Series at the Royal Mint of England have already concluded with the 2021-dated marked White Greyhound of Richmond. However, the bullion series offers 10 oz silver and 1 oz platinum coins for each of the 10 designs that are offset from the regular release schedule of the 2 oz silver, 1 oz gold, and 1/4 oz gold coins. Right now, 2021 10 oz British Silver Queen’s Beast White Horse Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of protective capsules or boxes of 15 coins!
- 9th coin design issued in the 10 oz Queen’s Beast Silver Series!
- Largest bullion coin in the series!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver in Uncirculated condition.
- Bears a face value of 10 Pound sterling (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
- On the obverse is a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse features the White Horse of Hanover with the Royal Arms of King George I.
Each 2021 10 oz British Silver Queen’s Beast White Horse Coin listed here is available in Uncirculated condition. The coins in this weight are available in individual protective capsules or boxes of 15 coins. At 10 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver, this coin is the largest and heaviest in the investment-grade range of Queen’s Beast Coins.
After introducing the Lion of England as the first design in the Queen’s Beast Series in 2016, the Royal Mint later introduced two additional sizes with a 2017 date mark. The 2 oz silver, 1 oz gold, and 1/4 oz gold coins in the Lion of England release were available as the only 2016 date mark in the BU range. When the series expanded to feature 10 oz silver and 1 oz platinum coins in 2017, the Lion of England was the first design to feature on the coins. The White Horse of Hanover was the second of two designs issued in 2020 after the White Lion of Mortimer, and on the offset schedule, is now the second 2021-dated coin in the larger weights.
On the obverse of 2021 10 oz Silver Queen’s Beast White Horse Coins is a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief in Jody Clark’s fifth-generation effigy. The design features the Queen at the age of 89 wearing the George IV State Diadem Crown. The background field is complete with the Royal Mint’s guilloche design element.
The reverse face of the 2021 British Queen’s Beast White Horse Coins features the powerful steed known as the White Lion of Hanover. The White Lion came into the Royal Arms through Elector George of Hanover, the grandson of Elizabeth Stuart, who herself was the sister of King Charles I. When Elector George of Hanover assumed the throne in 1714 as King George I, he brought the White Horse from the House of Hanover arms to the Royal Arms of England.
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