The latest eagerly anticipated release in the Royal Mint's Queen's Beast series, the 2019 2 oz Falcon of the Plantagenets silver coin is an impressive combination of quality and craftsmanship. This beautifully finished silver coin is a fabulous addition to any collection as well as choice pick for investors - order now with coininvest.com.
The 2019 2 oz silver Falcon of the Plantagenets coin is the sixth design in an outstanding ten-coin series that has captured the imaginations of numismatists across the globe. The series began with the Lion of England in 2016. It was followed by the Griffin of Edward III and the Red Dragon of Wales in 2017 then the Unicorn of Scotland and the Black Bull of Clarence in 2018. Interestingly, both the reverse and obverse of all ten coins feature designs by acclaimed artist Jody Clark. Each reverse design is inspired by one of the ten mythical creatures that are linked to the Royal lineage while the obverse bears the definitive fifth portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
The silver 2019 Falcon of the Plantagenets coin shows a stylised falcon with a heraldic shield. The falcon was one of the royal badges adopted by Edward III – sharp-eyed collectors may already have noticed that this is the second coin in the Queen's Beasts series to feature a motif used by the Plantagenet king. The falcon was subsequently adopted by Edward IV as his personal badge and the bird's open fetterlock is a reference to his struggle for the throne - "he forced the lock and won the throne."
If you're already a fan of the Queen's Beasts series, the 2019 2 oz silver Falcon is an essential addition to your collection. The coin is also an excellent choice for investors. Each of these satisfyingly large coins is struck from two ounces of .9999 pure silver and, as legal UK currency, they are VAT free and CGT exempt.
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