Coming Soon: 2021 Queen’s Beast The White Horse of Hanover Ten-Ounce Silver Bullion Coin
2021 Queen’s Beast The White Horse of Hanover Ten-Ounce Silver Bullion Coin
The 2021 White Horse of Hanover is the newest in the Queen’s Beast series for Great Britain. Representing centuries of royal heritage, The Queen’s Beast are ten majestic creatures of heraldry, myth, and legend. Once standing proud at Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation, these symbols of the British monarchy have now been brought to life by The Royal Mint in a prestigious and popular collection of bullion coins. The collection continues with the White Horse of Hanover, an emblem that tells the story of Her Majesty’s Hanoverian Bloodlines.
As the creator of the fifth definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty The Queen, Jody Clark’s designs feature on both sides of the coin. His contemporary and dynamic designs feature on both sides of the coin. His contemporary and dynamic design places the white horse against a beautiful and secure chain mail background. The shield shows the three lions of England, The lion of Scotland, the fleur-dis-lis of France, The Irish harp, and the Arms of Hanover.
The White Horse of Hanover 2021 bullion coin is also available as a one ounce platinum edition.
Key Features of the 2021 White Horse of Hanover
- The latest bullion release in The Queen’s Beast collection
- Struck in ten ounces of 999.9 fine silver
- Finished to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard
- Both sides of the coin feature designs by acclaimed coinage artist Jody Clark
- Includes a secure, chain mail background texture
Specifications of the 2021 White Horse of Hanover
Alloy: 999.9 AG
Obverse Designer: Jody Clark
Reverse Designer: Jody Clark
California Gold and Silver Exchange has secured this new product for purchase in store. We are expecting them in stock this summer. Check back with us for an exact date of availability. For more information visit The Royal Mint’s website. For other items available at California Gold and Silver Exchange visit our What We Sell page.