10oz Three Graces – The Great Engravers Collection Silver Bar – 2022
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The Royal Mint’s Great Engravers Collection continues with “The Three Graces”, a modern interpretation by the Royal Mint in honour of the mint’s engraver William Wyon who first created this design in the early 1800s. Skilfully reinterpreted, modern striking techniques breathe new life into his masterpiece. The Three Graces originate in Greek mythology, which Wyon borrowed from to honour the countries of Ireland, England and Scotland. This ten-ounce silver bar design has an illustration of three women wearing long, flowing Greek attire, standing in a temple with pillars and a shimmering sunrise.
The reverse features the stunning Royal Mint logo, the silver bar’s weight (ten ounces), the silver purity (999.9) and the metal type (silver). The temple pattern on the obverse is replicated here in the background. Own a piece of British history and Greek mythology with this ten-ounce silver bar. Be sure to collect all of the bars in “The Great Engravers” selection by the Royal Mint.
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About the Manufacturer
The Royal Mint
More than 1,100 years of minting quality precious metals products leads The Royal Mint to be perhaps the world’s most celebrated manufacturer of gold, silver and platinum products. The renowned British institution is the world’s #1 exporter of precious metals, producing official currency, collectable coins and valuable gifts to celebrate a wide range of people, events, animals and places.
For centuries The Royal Mint was located in the impregnable Tower of London but is now based in Llantrisant, where it has the facilities, security and design space to produce the finest bullion that’s revered around the world.