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1 oz 2023 Great Britain Britannia Silver Bullion Coin - QEII
1 oz 2023 Great Britain Britannia Silver Bullion Coin - QEII

1 oz 2023 Great Britain Britannia Silver Bullion Coin - QEII

Last Britannias to feature QEII! No longer produced, while stock lasts

In Stock
from $63.53
Mint: The Royal Mint
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: 2 GBP
Design: Britannia
Country: United Kingdom
Designer: Philip Nathan/Jody Clark
Composition: Silver
Weight (grams): 31.103
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): 99.9
Diameter (mm): 38.61
1 - 9
10 +
All KJC product prices are fully inclusive of insurance for world wide delivery.
Product Description:

The last Silver Britannia to feature the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, a historic and significant coin that marks the end of an era. As the longest-reigning monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II was a constant presence on British coinage for more than 60 years. This final Britannia coin is a fitting tribute to her reign and a testament to the enduring popularity of the Britannia series.

* Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver
* Multiples of 25 come in mint tubes and multiples of 500 in official mint-sealed monster boxes.
* Obverse: effigy of Queen Elizabeth II
* Reverse: Features the internationally recognised Lady Britannia figure, a symbol of Britain’s resilience and integrity on coinage dating back to the Romain times
* Sovereign coin backed by British government.

The inception of Britannia coins by the Royal Mint dates back to 1987, starting with the Gold Coin and later adding the Silver coin from 1998, followed by Platinum. The Royal Mint released the final coin to feature the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II in 2023 as a limited product run, followed shortly by the split release of their 2023 Britannia coins debuting the King Charles III effigy.

A security feature to this design switches between a trident and a padlock as the viewer changes their perspective. This represents both Britannia and bullion security.