Like many other major sovereign mints around the world, the Royal Mint of England produces a number of long-standing, popular silver coins for sale. The common silver bullion coins issued by the Royal Mint include the likes of the British Silver Britannia, the Queen’s Beast Series, the Shengxiao Series of lunar-themed coins, and Royal Arms Series. Outside of these programs, you will find a variety of other British silver coins available from the Royal Mint that attract investors and collectors, as well as coins produced by the most prominent private mint in the United Kingdom, the Pobjoy Mint.
One of the most important cultural tales from Medieval Britain is that of St. George. Riding upon a small kingdom that had been besieged by a dragon and forced to sacrifice its young women to satisfy the beast, St. George stepped in to defend the kingdom. The king and queen had recently sent their own daughter to the dragon when George arrived, so he rode out to meet the beast. It has been popularly retold over centuries that St. George rode his horse out to challenge the dragon and was able to slay it with his spear and sword. In 2019, the Royal Mint introduced the new British Silver Valiant Series. Below are some of the important details of the collection:
In 2020, the Royal Mint launched a series of collectible silver coins to honor the release of a 25th feature film in the Eon Production series of James Bond films. The upcoming release of a milestone film in the franchise pushed mints around the world to celebrate with a range of collectible silver coins. At the Royal Mint, this consisted of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, and 2 oz proof silver coins with unique packaging. The available designs include:
Introduced in 2021, the new Myths and Legends Series from the Royal Mint starts with the depiction of a British folk hero. Robin Hood famously stole from the rich to give to the poor people in English society. Taking cover in the woods of Sherwood Forest and battling the tax collectors and forces of the Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin Hood “recollected” tax dollars headed for local nobles and the monarchy to redistribute to the poor. With 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver, the coins bear the following designs:
In addition to the Royal Mint of England, you will find British silver bullion coins from the Pobjoy Mint. The largest private mint of its kind in Europe, the Pobjoy Mint is located in Surrey, England, and produces commemorative coins and bullion pieces. The family-owned and operated mint was founded in 1965 and issues bullion for a number of British Overseas Territories, including Ascension Island, the Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands, the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Tristan da Cunha.
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