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2021 Queen's Beasts Completer 1 Ounce Silver Proof PF 70 First Releases

2021 Queen's Beasts Completer 1 Ounce Silver Proof PF 70 First Releases Certificate
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Graded PF 70 Ultra Cameo First Releases by NGC, this silver proof coin is the final release in the popular Queen’s Beasts series from The Royal Mint. The Queen’s Beasts features the heraldic creatures that populate the coats of arms of Her Majesty the Queen’s royal and noble ancestors. Ten individuals Beasts were previously released in a range of metals and denominations, followed by this remarkable Completer coin, bringing together all the creatures with a tiny portrait of Elizabeth II. The reverse design is the work of Jody Clark who is also responsible for the fifth official coinage effigy of the Queen that appears to the obverse. This Two Pound coin is struck to proof standard in 31.21 grams of 999 silver. Its been graded by NGC as PF 70 Ultra Cameo indicating a flawless finish and also bears the ‘First Releases’ designation. We’ll supply your graded 1oz silver Completer coin with a presentation box and its original numbered certificate of authenticity which confirms the this piece comes from a limited edition of just 7,100.
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PF 70 Ultra Cameo 1oz silver proof Queen’s Beasts Completer coin, the final piece in the series.

The Queen's Beasts Collection

New additions in the Royal Mint's Queen's Beasts collection have been flying off the shelves since the first design was revealed in 2016. Coins in the series combine lifelike animals with graphic heraldic elements.

The Beasts were inspired by ten statues that stood guard during the Queen's 1953 coronation. Featuring the real and mythological beasts that appear on the coats of arms of British royal houses, the Queen's Beasts symbolise Her Majesty's noble lineage.

Each coin has been offered in a range of metals and denominations, from BU Five Pound coins to a remarkable Ten Kilo gold proof piece. We've been pleased to carry a wide range of the individual Beasts and several variants of the Completer coin, including this graded 1 ounce silver proof edition.

The 2021 Completer Coin

This final coin in the Queen's Beasts series incorporates the ten heraldic beasts that featured on the previous releases, encircling a small portrait of Her Majesty the Queen. The reverse legend reads 'THE QUEEN’S BEASTS – 2021'.

As with all coins in the collection, the Completer is the work of Royal Mint designer Jody Clark. His creations are influenced by the original sculptures, studying real animals and a childhood interests in fantastic beasts.

Unusually, Clark's designs feature on both sides of this piece as he is also the artist responsible for the fifth definitive coinage portrait of Elizabeth II. The obverse inscription flags the face value of this striking coin. It reads 'ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 2 POUNDS ·'

PF 70 Ultra Cameo First Releases

This 1oz coin is struck in 31.21 grams of 999 fine silver, finished to finest proof standard. It has a diameter of 38.61 millimeters and a face value of Two Pounds.

Only 7,100 were offered in this presentation and this NGC graded purchase format ensures that your silver Queen’s Beasts coin is absolutely pristine.

Graded PF 70 Ultra Cameo, this Completer has no post-production imperfections at 5x magnification and displays deeply mirrored fields and frosted devices. Additionaly, this coin has been given NGCs First Releases designation.

Your purchase will be supplied with a box and the coin’s original numbered certificate of authenticity from The Royal Mint.

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