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2021 Griffin of Edward III 1 Ounce Gold Proof Queen's Beasts

2021 Queen’s Beasts Griffin of Edward III 1 Ounce Gold Proof Boxed
£2,500.00
(VAT Exempt)
This £100 coin features the final creature in The Royal Mint’s popular Queen’s Beasts series, inspired by the heraldic creatures that populate the coats of arms of Her Majesty’s royal and noble ancestors. The Griffin - known for guarding treasure - was an important symbol to medieval king Edward III whose birthplace, Windsor Castle, appears on the shield clutched in the beast’s talons. Jody Clark is the artist behind this design as well as the obverse portrait of Her Majesty the Queen. This 31.21 gram coin is struck to proof standard in 999.9 gold. Your Griffin of Edward III gold proof one ounce coin is offered in its original packaging from The Royal Mint with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
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Obverse

Fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Jody Clark. Legend: 'ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 200 POUNDS'.

Reverse

Griffin, wings raised, clutching a badge bearing the arms of the House of Windsor. Above: '2021', below 'GRIFFIN OF EDWARD III'.

Specification

Struck in 31.21 grams of 999.9 gold. Proof finish. Diameter: 32.69 millimetres. Face value: £100 / One Hundred Pounds.

Presentation

One of just 500 offered in this presentation. Comes in original box and capsule from The Royal Mint with a numbered certificate of authenticity.

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