The Queen’s Beasts are ten representative statues of Queen Elizabeth II’s hereditary genealogy which are in term depicted as royal emblems of England. The beasts stood present as 6-foot statues for the Queen's coronation at Westminster Abbey in 1953. Each of the beasts bears a coat of arms which pertains to the families associated with the Queen's Ancestry. Amongst these beasts is the Black Bull of Clearance. This beast descends through the Queen's ancestry from Edward IV. Edward IV reined between 1461 and 1470 and then again from 1471 until his death is 1483. The Black Bull bears a shield with the Royal Arms as it was borne for over 200 years and thus a significant emblem of Great Britain.
The Queens Beast Black Bull 1oz Platinum coin features the Black Bull of Clearance on its reverse and Queen Elizabeth II in its obverse. Both sides were designed by the famous Jody Clark. The combination of the two gives the coin a unique meaning combining an extensive representation of Britain’s history alongside its present royal standing.
As part of the Royal Mints Queen's Beast collection since 2016, the Queen's Beasts Black Bull is an accurate portrayal of history along with the country’s current royal status. The coin contains 1 troy ounce of fine platinum and has a face value of £100.
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