10oz Silver UK Queen’s Beast White Horse of Hanover Coin, 2021

£246.66 (ex. VAT)

These limited edition ten ounce silver Queen’s Beasts The White Horse of Hanover 2021 Coins are produced by The Royal Mint, each coin contains 311.035 grams of fine 999.9 silver.
The Queen’s Beasts series is UK legal tender and hence capital gains tax free.
These 10oz Queen’s Beasts coins dated 2021 are individually encapsulated and supplied as new in brilliant uncirculated condition.

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10oz Silver UK Queen’s Beast White Horse of Hanover Coin, 2021£246.66 (ex. VAT)

Description

 

  • Limited edition coin produced by The Royal Mint
  • Each 10oz silver Beast contains 10 troy ounces (311.035 grams) of 999.9 fine silver
  • Price inclusive of Insured UK Delivery
  • Legal tender in the UK, CGT exempt (UK)
  • Face value: £10 (GBP)
  • UK Government assurance of weight and purity
  • Tier pricing reflects combined postage and wholesale purchase discounts
  • Coins will be supplied in hard plastic capsules
  • Bleyer Bullion is an authorised retailer of Royal Mint products
  • Each coin comes in its original capsule from the mint. We send these coins out as we receive them

The White Horse of Hanover

The White Horse of Hanover is the nineth release in the Queen’s Beast collection. George of Hanover became George I following the death of Queen Anne.

The White Horse of Hanover coin depicts the ninth heraldic statue present during the Queen’s coronation.  The Arms of George I are carried by the Horse of Hanover, representing his sovereignty as King of Great Britain, France and Ireland across three quarters with the last quarter bearing the Arms of Hanover.  This last quarter is then divided into three bearing the two leopards of Brunswick, the blue lion one Lüneburg and the White Horse of Hanover.

Royal Mint product designer Jody Clark has created another stunning design of this majestic horse at full gallop.

Some say Saxon hordes brought the White Horse to the country and is a familiar symbol in Kent.  The difference between the Kentish White Horse and the White Horse of Hanover is the Kentish Horse is usually depicted as rearing or rampant whereas the White Horse of Hanover is displayed at full gallop.

 

The Royal Mint is listed as an active Good Delivery Refiner by the London Bullion Market Association.

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Additional information

Weight 311.0350 kg
Purity

999.9 Fineness

Country

United Kingdom

Metal

Silver

Type

Coin

Mint

The Royal Mint

Weight

311.035g (10oz)

Fine weight

10oz

Denomination

£10 GBP

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