2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Bull of Clarence Platinum Coin
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This exceptional design pays homage to the House of York, one of the key contenders in the Wars of the Roses—an epic conflict over the English throne.
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Now available, the 2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Bull of Clarence Platinum Coin is the fourth design in the renowned Tudor Beasts Series and the third in its Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) collection. This exceptional design pays homage to the House of York, one of the key contenders in the Wars of the Roses—an epic conflict over the English throne. This coin embodies the historical narrative that led to the House of York and the House of Lancaster’s unification, culminating in the House of Tudor’s establishment.
- Shipped to your door in a plastic flip, mint tubes containing 10 coins, or Monster Boxes collecting 100 coins.
- Marks the third BU release within the Tudor Beasts Series.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure platinum in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Carries a face value of 100 Pound sterling (GBP), backed by the British government.
- The obverse features the novel portrait of King Charles III.
- The reverse showcases the Bull of Clarence supporting a shield adorned with the Tudor Rose.
Each 2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Bull of Clarence Platinum Coin is available here and is securely protected in individual plastic flips. For bulk options, they are conveniently housed in acrylic tubes containing 10 coins or boxes containing 100 coins, each holding 10 individual tubes. Every coin is expertly crafted in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, ensuring its impeccable quality.
The Bull of Clarence, an emblematic representation of a bull, traces its origins back to the House of York—a central player in the 15th-century Wars of the Roses. This symbol is closely associated with Lionel of Antwerp, the third son of Edward III, who held the esteemed title of Duke of Clarence.
The obverse features a portrayal of King Charles III, showcasing the monarch in a left-profile relief sans a crown. This poignant depiction, sculpted by Martin Jennings in late 2022, captures the essence of His Majesty.
Turning to the reverse field reveals a striking representation of the titular beast. The Bull of Clarence held great significance during the Wars of the Roses—a sequence of civil conflicts between the Houses of Lancaster and York in pursuit of the English throne. The emblem was particularly prominent as the House of York, characterized by its white rose emblem, employed both the Bull of Clarence and the white rose to symbolize their cause.