1 oz 2021 Great Britain Queen's Beast The White Lion Platinum Bullion Coin
1 oz 2021 Great Britain Queen's Beast The White Lion Platinum Bullion Coin

1 oz 2021 Great Britain Queen's Beast The White Lion Platinum Bullion Coin

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from $1,539.14
Mint: Royal Mint (Uk)
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: 100 Pounds
Design: White Lion
Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated
Country: United Kingdom
Condition: Brand New
Packaging: Protective Packaging
Composition: Platinum
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): .9995
Thickness (mm): 1
Diameter (mm): 32.7
Product Description:

* Struck by Royal Mint UK
* .9995 fine Platinum
* Backed by the British government
* Obverse displays the effigy of Her Majesty Elizabeth II
* Reverse displays Jody Clark's design of the fierce White Lion
* Orders of 10 or more coins come in tubes. Orders of 100 coins or more are packaged in Monster Boxes


A key player in the international bullion market, The Royal Mint has long provided customers with the quality, accuracy and security they would expect from a world-leading mint. Now our established bullion portfolio continues to grow with a series of gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins for those searching for a new investment option. The Queens Beasts bullion range celebrates the British Monarchy and the centuries of fascinating heraldry that has been a part of their story.

At the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, ten heraldic beasts stood guard. The plaster models were created for the occasion, symbolising the various strands of royal ancestry brought together in a young woman about to be crowned queen. Today, The Queens Beasts can be found at the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec, while Portland stone replicas watch over Kew Gardens in the United Kingdom.

The coins will each depict one of The Queens Beasts, reimagined by Royal Mint coin designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the most recent definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretation of the Lion of England was the first to be released, now followed by the Griffin, associated with Edward III. This will be the second in a series of ten designs that will celebrate each of The Queens Beasts.