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1oz The Royal Arms Silver Coin – 2022

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Artist Timothy Noad’s interpretation of the Royal Arms is triumphantly displays by this one-ounce Royal Arms silver coin produced by one of the world’s finest mints, the Royal Mint.

Noad’s design features a leek (representing Wales), shamrock (Northern Ireland), Tudor rose (England) and a thistle (Scotland). A radiating background design helps the Royal Arms stand out and add security.  Also included is the year (2022) and “1oz FINE SILVER 999”.

The observe has Her Royal Majesty The Queen celebrated in Jody Clark’s iconic design.  

Only 100,000 1 oz silver coins (.999 pure) are produced for collectors and investors around the world, so buy yours from Royal Bull right now!

Specifications

Weight

Purity

.999

Grade

Brilliant Uncirculated

Condition

New

Mints

Country

United Kingdom

Diameter (mm)

38.61

Thickness (mm)

1.8

Year

2022

Obverse The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse in a design by Jody Clark in 2015. The face value of “2 pounds” and Her Royal Majesty’s name are displayed around the circumference.
Reverse The reverse side of the 2022 1 oz Silver Royal Arms Coin features the modern Royal Arms of England, designed by celebrated artist Timothy Noad. The design represents the United Kingdom in its entirety.

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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.

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