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2022 British Monarchs Henry VII 5oz Silver Proof

UK22H7S50 2022 British Monarchs Henry VII 5 Ounce Silver Proof Boxed
£875.00
Five oz silver proof coin featuring the first design in the new British Monarchs collection. Celebrating some of the remarkable kings and queens who have graced British money, this new Royal Mint series will recreate 21 historic coins for a modern audience. The collection begins with the first Tudor monarch, Henry VII (ruled 1485 to 1509). He won his crown at the Battle of Bosworth Field and ushered in a period of stability after decades of civil war. His reign saw the introduction of the first gold Sovereigns as well as the use of a profile coinage portrait. It’s a rendition of this crowned effigy, attributed to Alexander of Bruchsal, that appears on this 2022 coin, remastered with modern design technology by The Royal Mint team. This is paired with Jody Clark’s portrait of Her Majesty the Queen to the obverse. Struck to flawless proof standard in 156.30 grams of 999 fine silver, this coin measures 65.00 millimetres across and has a face value of £10 / Ten Pounds. It’s from a limited edition presentation of just 275 coins. You’ll receive your 2022 Henry VII coin in its original capsule and presentation packaging, accompanied by an information booklet and a numbered certificate of authenticity.
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Five oz Henry VII silver proof coin from a limited edition of 275, the first in a new Royal Mint series.

The British Monarchs Collection

British coinage provides a fascinating insight into the reigns of the nation's monarchs, documenting developments in politics, art and technology across the centuries. The Royal Mint are celebrating this rich legacy with a new series focusing on the royals whose faces have graced our currency.

Billed as a five-year series, the British Monarchs collection will feature 21 Kings and Queens, starting with Tudor dynasty.

The first release features King Henry VII. He was the last English monarch to win his crown in battle, coming to the throne in 1485 after his victory at the Battle of Bosworth Field. He brought stability to the realm after a period of civil war and was peacefully succeeded by his son, Henry VIII, in 1509. Numismatically, his reign is remembered for the introduction of a large gold coin, called a Sovereign.

Coinage of Henry VII

The reverse of coins in this new collection features a right-facing crowned portrait of Henry VII, inspired by the profile that appeared on the silver coins issued late in this king's reign, attributed to Alexander of Bruchsal. The remastered design - the work of Royal Mint Chief Engraver Gordon Summers - combines the hand-crafted charm of historic hammered coinage and the refinement of modern minting technology.

This is paired with the current official coinage portrait of Her Majesty the Queen by Jody Clark, in use on British money since 2015. The obverse bears the inscription 'ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 10 POUNDS · 2022 ·'.

Limited Edition Silver Coin

Struck in 156.30 grams of 999 fine silver, this 2022 coin has a face value of £10 / Ten Pounds and a diameter of 65.00 millimetres. It's finished to proof standard and features a milled edge.

Only 275 Henry VII coins have been issued in this limited edition presentation.

This five ounce coin is offered in its original packaging from The Royal Mint which consists of a black display box in which the coin is presented in a capsule. Also included: a detailed information booklet and a numbered certificate of authenticity.

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