British Queens Beast Gold Coins
Coins proven to be one of the most valuable assets investors can add to a retirement portfolio.
- .999.9 fineness
- Legal tender in the UK
- Backed by UK Government
- Minted to highest bullion standard
- Eligible for Gold IRA
About British Queens Beast Gold Coins
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The Queen’s Beasts are a collection of 10 majestic gold coins inspired by over 800 years of tradition and heraldry. Designed and manufactured by the Royal Mint, they are struck to the highest bullion standards and provide investors with the quality and security you would expect from the world’s premier refinery. Boasting a fineness of 999.9/1000, the British Queen’s Beast is among the purest gold coins on the market.
History of British Queen’s Beast Coins
First struck in 2016, the Queen’s Beast is a mesmerising series of gold coins that replicate the 10 mythical creatures sculpted by James Woodford RA for the Queen’s 1953 coronation ceremony at West Minster Abbey. Today, the original gold statues of the Queen’s Beasts are on display in the Canadian Museum of History.
Each coin replicates one of the ten heraldic beasts and has been skilfully reimagined by the Royal Mint’s chief artist, Jody Clark to celebrate the coronation and reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The mystical beasts are portrayed in an upright position and bear the coat of arms of an important noble house associated with the monarchy. The coins are symbols of the Royal family’s power, lineage and loyalty.
Why buy Queen’s Beast gold coins
British Gold coins are high in liquidity, and because the Queen’s Beast coin is part of an enigmatic collection, they are a particularly favourable collector’s item. Subsequently, by adding these gold coins to your retirement plan now, you can expect to recover an inflated return on your investment.
Furthermore, the Queen’s Beast collection are struck to the highest quality standards by the Royal Mint, regarded as the world’s leading refinery. The bullion coins are made from 24-karat gold and backed by the UK Government.
Not only that, but the Queen’s Beast gold coins are recognised as legal tender in the UK. The 1oz coin carries a face value of £100, whilst the 1/4 oz coin has a face value of £25. However, the denominations don’t reflect the coin’s true value, they are worth considerably more in today’s economic climate. The actual price of gold coins is calculated based on the latest gold spot prices.
Design of British Queen’s Beast gold coins
The Queen’s Beast gold coins are the intricate designs of the Royal Mint’s official engraver, Jody Clark and replicate the ten heraldic beasts originally sculpted by James Woodford OBE.
The 10 stylised designs featured on the coins are iconic symbols of Britain and represent the Queen’s lineage:
The Lion of England – released March 2016
The Griffin of Edward III – released November 2016
The Red Dragon of Wales – released March 2017
The Unicorn of Scotland – released September 2017
The Black Bull of Clarence – released March 2018
The Falcon of the Plantagenets – released September 2018
The Yale of Beaufort – released September 2018
The White Lion of Mortimer – released September 2019
The White Horse of Hannover – released March 2020
The White Greyhound of Richmond – released September 2020
On the obverse side of the Queen’s Beast gold coins is the “Fifth Portrait” of Queen Elizabeth II which shows Her Majesty in her latter years. The design was also rendered by Jody Clark.
British Queen’s Beast Gold Coins: IRA Investment
The British Queen’s Beast Gold coin collection is among the 10 bullion coins that are exclusively permitted to form part of an IRA in accordance with US investment laws.
With high-profit potential due to their gold purity and quality of engineering, the enigmatic Queen’s Beast coins represent an excellent choice of investment that would grace any retirement portfolio.
British gold coins are recognised internationally and because gold is recognised as a store of wealth, this highly collectable series of gold coins are a premium investment that should not be missing from any Gold IRA.