Weighing in at an impressive ten troy ounces and struck from .9999 pure silver, this 2019 Queen's Beasts Unicorn of Scotland coin combines exceptional design details with the 'must-have' cachet that surrounds one of the Royal Mint's most exciting collections. This sought-after coin will sell out fast - order now with coininvest.com to avoid missing out.
The Queen's Beasts series by the UK Royal Mint takes its inspiration from the mythical creatures that illustrate the monarchy's lineage. As HM Queen Elizabeth II was crowned at Westminster Abbey in 1953, 10 specially commissioned statues representing each of the beasts stood watch from the western annexe. Made by sculptor James Woodward, they were based on the King's Beasts, a series of stone statues that were originally created for Henry VII and which can still be seen guarding the moat at Hampton Court Palace to this day.
Mint artist Jody Clark has created a range of truly exquisite designs for a series that takes its inspiration from those famous statues. The 2019 10 oz silver Unicorn of Scotland is a magnificent coin; the unicorn is shown tethered by a crown and chain as it rears over a shield bearing the Lion Rampant of Scotland. A striking guilloche background shows the design off to perfection. The obverse of the 2019 10 oz Queen's Beasts Unicorn silver coin carries a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, also by Jody Clark. And, of course, as legal UK currency, this desirable silver coin is CGT exempt and VAT Free.
coininvest.com is pleased to add the 2019 10 oz Unicorn of Scotland to its comprehensive range of Queen's Beasts Series silver coins. Coins are shipped in individual plastic capsules or in boxes of 15. Do feel free to browse previous silver coins in the series or consider boosting the value of your holdings with Queen's Beasts Gold Coins and Queen's Beast Platinum Coins.
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