2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Yale of Beaufort Platinum Coin
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The Royal Mint presents the 2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Yale of Beaufort Platinum Coin as part of the Tudor Beast series.
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The Royal Mint presents the 2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Yale of Beaufort Platinum Coin as part of the Tudor Beast series. These coins offer an intriguing investment opportunity, featuring a composition of .9995 fine platinum and showcasing the Yale of Beaufort as the central motif.
This certified investment-grade platinum coin is delivered to your door in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition. It holds a denomination of 100 pounds sterling, conferring it legal tender status. The coin’s obverse displays the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, an image crafted by Jody Clark in 2015. The 89-year-old Queen is adorned with the resplendent George IV State Diadem Crown, surrounded by inscriptions that read “100 POUNDS,” “ELIZABETH II,” and the Latin abbreviation “D. G. REG. F. D,” translating to “By the grace of God, Queen.”
On the reverse side, the coin features the mythical Yale supporting the Arms of Jane Seymour, the new wife of Henry VIII. The Yale symbolizes robust defense and represents the king’s patronage, safeguard, and authority over his spouse. Engravings encircling the image provide details about the coin, including its weight, metal content, fineness, and year of mintage. These inscriptions read “YALE OF BEAUFORT,” “1 oz,” “FINE PLATINUM,” and “999.5.”
The inspiration for the 2023 1 oz Tudor Beasts Yale of Beaufort Platinum Coin is drawn from the Royal Beasts sculpted during Henry VIII’s reign, which was positioned along the Moat Bridge at Hampton Court Palace. The Tudor Dynasty originated from a union between the Lancaster and York families. Beginning with Henry VII, the Tudor line continued through his son Henry VIII and concluded with Queen Elizabeth, the daughter of Henry VIII.
Beyond the 2023 Yale of Beaufort coin, this series featured the Lion of England in 2022, and upcoming heraldic beasts include the Seymour Panther, the Bull of Clarence, the Tudor Dragon, the Greyhound of Richmond, the Royal Dragon, the Seymour Unicorn, the Queen’s Panther, and the Queen’s Lion.