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    British Silver Tudor Beasts

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    The Tudor Beasts Coins from the Royal Mint

    Following the success of the Queen’s Beasts Series of gold and silver coins for sale, the Royal Mint is embarking on a new collection starting in 2021. While the Queen’s Beasts Series focused on the heraldic creatures of the monarchy that have evolved and changed over more than 800 years, the Tudor Beasts Series is a more focused collection. Celebrating the heraldic beasts of the House of Tudor, the new Tudor Beasts Series is sure to excite bullion investors, collectors, and British history enthusiasts.

    Proof Tudor Beasts Packaging

    The Proof Tudor Beasts silver coins are available from the Royal Mint with individual packaging. Each coin in the 1 Kilo, 10 oz, 5 oz, and 1 oz silver proof issues comes with a presentation box. The coins come in black presentation boxes and include a Certificate of Authenticity from the Royal Mint. Each coin has a limited issue.

    1st Release – Seymour Panther

    For the first release of the series, the Royal Mint features the Seymour Panther. This heraldic creature was gifted to Jane Seymour, third wife of King Henry VIII, upon their marriage. Henry VIII had recently had his second wife, Anne Boleyn, executed and was working to destroy or replace her badges and arms when he married Jane Seymour. He gifted her an altered version of Anne’s leopard. The Seymour Panther features a spotted panther with flames coming from its mouth and ears. The panther supports a shield with the Seymour Wings emblazoned upon it, with the joined wings arranged with the wingtips pointing downward.

    History of the House of Tudor

    The House of Tudor was formed by Henry Tudor, head of the House of Lancaster, at the end of the Wars of the Roses. Following his victory over King Richard III of the House of York at the Battle of Bosworth, Henry moved to legitimize his claim to the throne by marrying Elizabeth of York. He founded the House of Tudor in 1485 which would go on to control the throne of England until 1603.

    Collecting Tudor Beasts Silver at JM Bullion

    If you have any questions about the new Tudor Beasts Series, please don’t hesitate to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address. You can visit our Payment Methods page to get quick, simple answers to your common questions regarding the forms of payment we accept.