2021 1oz 24k Gold UK Queen's Beast 'White Greyhound of Richmond'

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The Royal Mint presents - 2021 1oz 24k Gold Queens Beast 'White Greyhound of Richmond'

2021 Gold White Greyhound coins are supplied in brand new, uncirculated condition.

    Coin Weight: 1oz
    Gold Purity: 999.9
    Brand: The Royal Mint
    Country: United Kingdom
    CGT Free: Yes

    The Queens Beast 'White Greyhound of Richmond'
    Gold Coin - Limited Edition

    The Queen’s Beasts Collection nears its conclusion with the penultimate release in this ten-coin series. Chosen as one of the ten ancestral beasts that lined the entrance to Westminster Abbey at Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation, the White Greyhound of Richmond has been reimagined for modern times by acclaimed designer Jody Clark. His mix of dynamic realism and heraldic symbolism is a signature of this series. The coin is available in a range of precious metal Proof editions, as well as a Brilliant Uncirculated edition.

    A symbol associated with qualities such as fitness and skill, as well as faithfulness and loyalty, the greyhound was first used as a royal beast by Edward III. Closely associated with the House of Lancaster, it later became a symbol of the Tudor family when it was bestowed on Edmund Tudor by his half-brother Henry VI. After slaying Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, Edmund’s son was crowned Henry VII. He used the white greyhound to display his Tudor and Lancastrian ancestry, denoting his right to rule.

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