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    2021 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast White Greyhound Coin (BU)

    Any quantity available for $89.99 per oz over spot!

    The final design of the 10 in the Queen’s Beast Series at the Royal Mint of England is now available to investors and collectors around the world. The White Greyhound of Richmond, most closely associated with the Crown through the Tudor monarch King Henry VI... Read More

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    2021 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Collection Coin (BU)

    As low as $149.99 per coin over spot!

    The British Queen’s Beast Series may have drawn to a close in 2021 with the release of the final individual design, but the Royal Mint has one last issue up its sleeve for this coveted collection. The series that launched in 2016 with the Lion of England and... Read More

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    2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Falcon Coin (BU)

    The Queen’s Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England is an exciting 10-coin release with new designs available on a bi-annual basis feature creatures from the heraldic history of Britain. Passed down to Queen Elizabeth II over hundreds of years, the Queen’s Beasts vary in origin and background. Right now, 2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Falcon of the Planta... Read More

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    2020 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast White Lion Coin

    The Queen’s Beast Series has attracted the interest of investors and collectors alike since its 2016 debut with the Lion of England design. Now on its eighth release, the White Lion of Mortimer of appears on the bullion silver and gold coins for sale. Now, 2020 1/4 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast White Lion Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin ... Read More

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    2021 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast White Greyhound Coin (BU)

    The final heraldic beast to feature in the gold for sale in Queen’s Beast Series at the Royal Mint of England is the White Greyhound of Richmond. Originating with the royals associated with the House of Lancaster, the White Greyhound remains attached to the House of Tudor as it was King Henry VII brought the greyhound to this Royal Arms as a supporter of his badges. Toda... Read More

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    2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Yale Coin

    The bullion coins of the Queen’s Beast Series from the Royal Mint feature three primary options for those buying gold and silver. Each of the designs in the 10-coin collection includes a standard 1/4 oz gold coin, 1 oz gold coin, and a beautiful 2 oz silver coin. Today, 2019 1/4 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Yale of Beaufort Coins are available... Read More

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    2018 1/4 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Unicorn Coin (BU)

    The Queen’s Beast collection of silver and gold bullion coins is ready with a fourth release in the collection. The first coin in the 2018 issue series for the bullion version brings the Unicorn of Scotland design to the collection, an image which is already available in the proof collection as a 2017 issue coin. Right now, the 2018 ¼ oz British Queen’s Beast Unicorn ... Read More

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    2018 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Black Bull Coin

    The Black Bull of Clarence has one of the most complex histories among the many heraldic beasts used in British history. Used by King Edward IV, the first king from the House of York, the bull was a symbol of power and often paired with a royal arms that touted Edward III’s claims to the French throne. The 2018 ¼ oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coin is now av... Read More

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    2020 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast White Horse Coin

    The White Horse of Hanover came to the Royal Arms of England in 1714 when the Elector George of Hanover ascended to the throne as the second cousin of the deceased Queen Anne. George was the grandson of Elizabeth Stuart, who was herself the sister of King Charles I of England and was the next Protestant in line to the throne when Queen Anne died. Today, the new 2020 1/4 oz... Read More

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    2016 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Lion Coin (BU)

    The smallest coin in the British Gold Queens Beast coin series is the 1/4 oz gold option, which is one of three coins offered in an exciting new series from the Royal Mint. Including images of those animals from Queen Elizabeth II's 1953 coronation, the series will eventually feature a total of 10 different designs. Right now, the 2016 1/4 oz British Gold Queens Beast coin... Read More

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    2017 1/4 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Dragon Coin (BU)

    The Queen’s Beast Collection from the Royal Mint is one of the newest offerings in the numismatic community, and it celebrates the statues of English heraldic creatures that were on display at the 1953 official coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II inside of Westminster Abbey. Right now, the 2017 ¼ oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Dragon Coin is available to purchase... Read More

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    2017 1/4 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Griffin Coin

    The British Queen’s Beast collection of silver and gold coins from the Royal Mint is a brand-new offering from the United Kingdom’s sovereign mint, and it offers a stunning glimpse into the heraldry and images of the British Crown. The planned 10-coin release celebrates the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, as well as the monarchy’s history. The 2017 ¼ oz Br... Read More

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    2019 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Falcon Coin

    In the Queen’s Beast Series of coins from the Royal Mint of England, there are a planned 10 designs to be released through 2021, which each coin reflecting one of the ten animals present in a carving at the coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II. The collection focuses now on one of Britain’s most powerful ruling houses. Today, 2019 1 oz Bri... Read More

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    2020 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast White Lion Coin

    The Queen’s Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England offers three major bullion options. These include a first-ever 2 oz silver bullion coin, the 1/4 oz gold bullion coin, and these 1 oz gold bullion coins. The White Lion of Mortimer is the eighth design of the collection and second from the House of York. Right now, 2020 1 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast White Lion C... Read More

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    2019 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Yale of Beaufort Coin

    The Queen’s Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England offers investors and collectors with 10 different designs to choose from when they buy gold. There is no randomness to the designs chosen by the Royal Mint. Instead, each one represents a heraldic beast from British history that was present in the form of a wooden sculpture at the 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth ... Read More

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    2020 1 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast White Horse Coin (BU)

    The White Horse of Hanover came to the Royal Arms of England in 1714 and remained a part of the monarch emblem until 1837. Five of the six monarchs from the House of Hanover carried the Arms of Hanover within the Royal Arms of England, including the White Horse of Hanover. Now, 2020 1 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast White Horse Coins are available to you for purchase onlin... Read More

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    2018 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Unicorn Coin

    The coins of the British Queen’s Beast collection from the Royal Mint have inspired awe in their design and captured the attention of precious metal enthusiasts from both sides of the divide. Collectors have a great option in the ever-changing designs of the 10-coin series, both bullion and proof, and investors find .9999 gold purity in a Royal Mint product. Today, 2018 ... Read More

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    2018 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Black Bull Coin

    In the Queen’s Beast Series, the Royal Mint introduces 10 different heraldic beasts from the history of the monarchy. Each one was introduced into the Royal Arms at some point in the monarch’s history, and each came with its own unique background. Today, 2018 1 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Black Bull Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlig... Read More

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    2017 1 oz British Gold Queen’s Beast Red Dragon Coin (BU)

    The British Queen’s Beast collection of silver and gold coins from the Royal Mint is a brand-new offering from the United Kingdom’s sovereign mint, and it offers a stunning glimpse into the heraldry and images of the British Crown. The planned 10-coin release celebrates the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, as well as the monarchy’s history. The 2017 1 oz Bri... Read More

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    2016 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Lion Coin (BU)

    The British Royal Mint is one of the world’s oldest operating mints, and is responsible for the production of some of the finest bullion coins in the world market today. A unique series of gold and silver coins is available in 2016 featuring the Queen’s image and that of the nation’s official symbol, a lion. Known as the Queen’s Beast Series, the 2016 1 oz British ... Read More

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    2017 1 oz Proof British Gold Queen’s Beast Lion Coin (Box + CoA)

    The Queen’s Beast Collection from the Royal Mint debuted in 2016 with gold and silver bullion options. While initially aimed at investors, these coins are also available from the mint with a proof option that brings greater variety in options, with larger weight silver and gold coins offered compared to the bullion series. Today, 2017 1 oz Proof British Gold Queen’s Be... Read More

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    2018 1 oz Proof British Gold Queen’s Beast Dragon Coin (Box + CoA)

    The Proof Queen’s Beast Series of silver and gold bullion coins from the Royal Mint brings the same beautiful designs of the bullion series to low-mintage collectible coins. The proof collection debuted in 2017 with the Lion of England and in this third issue, the Red Dragon of Wales appears on the collectible coin. Right now, 2018 1 oz Proof British Gold Queen’s Beast... Read More

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    2017 1 oz British Gold Queen's Beast Griffin Coin (BU)

    One of the most exciting new programs from the Royal Mint in London is the Queen’s Beast Collection. This 10-coin offering from one of the world’s oldest minting facilities includes new designs each year, all representative of the creatures captured in statue form during the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Today, the 2017 1 oz British Queen’s Beast Griffin Gold Coi... Read More

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    British Gold Queen’s Beast Coins from JM Bullion

    One of the most stirring coin programs offered by the Royal Mint of England is the Queen’s Beast Collection. The sovereign coinage of England and the Britannia collection are brilliant in their own right as investment-grade bullion coins, but only the Queen’s Beast Series offers three different metallic options with a variety of weights in both bullion and proof options.

    The Queen’s Beast Series of coins digs deep into the heraldic background of the Royal Arms of England, representing kings and queens who have ruled as royal monarchs over the Kingdom of England dating back hundreds of years. Each one of them left a lasting impression on the heraldry of England that remains in the history of the Royal Arms carried today by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Among the coins in this collection, you’ll find two gold coins for sale in the Gold Queen’s Beast collection. With a total of 10 designs, you simply cannot miss out on this impressive series!

    Mintage of the Gold Queen’s Beast Coins

    When the Queen’s Beast Series of bullion and proof coins debuted in 2016, it was the prominent Lion of England leading the charge in the 10-coin collection. Scheduled to run through 2021, the Queen’s Beast Range originally featured a 2 oz silver coin alongside a ¼ oz and 1 oz gold coin for investors. To date in the collection, these two weights stand as the only options in the Gold Queen’s Beast Coin range. The other metallic options have been expanded or introduced as of 2017 to include a 1 oz platinum coin and a 10 oz silver coin.

    Like many other bullion coin programs at the Royal Mint, there is no expressed mintage cap on the Queen’s Beast Series. The bullion coins are issued by the mint to either meet investor demand or until the mint can no longer match that demand, whichever event comes first. One thing is certain, though mintage figures are not released for the Queen’s Beast Series, the expansion of offerings with each new design release shows how popular the program is with investors.

    Designs of the Gold Queen’s Beast Coins

    All coins in the Queen’s Beast Series, from silver and gold to platinum, share the same obverse and reverse design elements. The Royal Mint plans to release 10 heraldic beasts in the series, but these are not randomly chosen from the rich history of Kings and Queens of England. Rather, each of the 10 heraldic beasts to feature in the collection come from the coronation ceremony for Queen Elizabeth II held at Westminster Abbey in 1953.

    As a young Queen Elizabeth II entered the Abbey to take the crown of England, the door was guarded by 10 of the most significant beasts in British heraldic history. Each of these carved statues had been created by James Woodford RA, and the modern designs found on the Gold Queen’s Beast Coins and other options in the collection come from Royal Mint Engraver Jody Clark.

    On the obverse of all coins in the Queen’s Beast Series is the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This is no ordinary design though. This fifth-generation design of Queen Elizabeth II captures her at age 89 and was designed in 2015 by Jody Clark to mark the year in which Elizabeth II surpassed her great-grandmother Victoria I as the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Jody Clark created this right-profile effigy, and in doing so became the youngest engraver in Royal Mint history to design the Queen’s portrait for British coinage.

    The reverse of the Gold Queen’s Beast Coins vary from one release to the other, but each one reflects one of those 10 beasts guarding the start of Elizabeth II’s reign as she entered Westminster Abbey back in 1953. All 10 designs are listed below in the order of availability through 2018 along with the remaining designs to feature:

    • 2016 Gold Lion of England: The Lion of England is the most important heraldic beast in the history of the Royal Arms. The lion was one of the first heraldic animals to appear in royal emblems. The Lion of England was presented to Geoffrey Plantagenet in 1127 when he married the daughter of King Henry I of England. When the Plantagenets ascended to the throne in 1154 with Henry II, the Lion of England came with him. King Richard I of England, the second Plantagenet king, established the Three Lions of England as the official coat of arms of England and Royal Arms of the monarch.
    • 2017 Gold Griffin of Edward II: Long featured in the personal seal of Edward III, when he ascended the throne as King Edward III of England, the Griffin came with him. The Griffin of Edward III represents power and wisdom. The Griffin is equal parts lion and eagle, making it the most powerful beast in the world.
    • 2017 Gold Red Dragon of Wales: Tracing its roots back to the 6th century in what is now Wales, the Red Dragon of Wales come to the Royal Arms through Owen Tudor, whose grandson would go on to become King Henry VII, founder of the House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth II responsible for establishing the Red Dragon on the national flag of Wales in 1959.
    • 2018 Gold Unicorn of Scotland: Unicorns are mythical beasts that have long been associated with mysticism and beauty. The animal featured in the early Royal Arms of Scotland when it was a separate kingdom. When King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England, he unified the crowns of the two kingdoms in his personal being and brought the Unicorn of Scotland to the Royal Arms of the kingdom. It remains there today, supporting the shield of the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom alongside the Lion of England.
    • 2018 Gold Black Bull of Clarence: The black bull is the first of two heraldic beasts to come from the House of York. Together with the White Lion of Mortimer, the Black Bull of Clarence came to the Royal Arms through King Edward IV. He was the first and longest-reigning monarch in the history of the House of York. The Black Bull was originally carried by Edward IV’s great-grandfather, Roger Mortimer.
    • 2019 Gold Falcon of the Plantagenets: The second of two heraldic beasts with an association directly to King Edward III, the Falcon of the Plantagenets was used by a wide range of monarchs from the House of Plantagenet and its later cadet houses, the House of Lancaster and House of York. The falcon was featured in the personal badge of King Edward III as a nod to his love of falconry.
    • 2019 Gold Yale of Beaufort: The first heraldic beast coming from the House of Tudor, the Yale of Beaufort came to the Royal Arms of England through King Henry VII. Henry VII was the founder of the House of Tudor. His victory at Bosworth Field ended the Wars of the Roses and his marriage to Elizabeth of York connected the houses of Lancaster and York, ending the feud to some degree. The Yale is a mythical beast with the snout and tusks of a boar, as well as the body and horns of a goat.
    • 2020 Gold White Lion of Mortimer: The other heraldic beast in the Queen’s Beast Series connected directly to King Edward IV, the White Lion was often used by Edward IV during his reign in place of the Lion of England in the Royal Arms. However, the White Lion is featured here without a crown, just as it was in the Royal Arms of Edward IV. The White Lion came to Edward IV through his grandmother, Anne de Mortimer who was the daughter of Roger Mortimer.
    • 2020 Gold White Horse of Hanover: One of the most recent additions to the Royal Arms of England, the White Horse of Hanover came to the crown in 1714 with the ascension to the throne of Elector George of Hanover. The first monarch of the House of Hanover, King George I incorporated the White Horse into the quartered shield of the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom. It would remain in the Royal Arms through the reign of King George II, King George III, and King George IV. It was later removed because the restrictions on its use prevented female heirs to carry the White Horse of Hanover. Thus preventing Queen Victoria from carrying the White Horse.
    • 2021 Gold White Greyhound of Richmond: The White Greyhound of Richmond is associated with the House of Tudor, but had been in the personal badges and seals of monarchs dating to the offspring of King Edward III. It was his son, John of Gaunt that carried the White Greyhound as the Earl of Richmond. It was later passed down through the Earl of Richmond to the Tudor monarch, King Henry VII.

    Currently Available Gold Queen’s Beast Coins

    As mentioned above, the Queen’s Beast Series from the Royal Mint features 1/4 oz and 1 oz gold coins in the Brilliant Uncirculated range, but these are not the only available coins. The Proof Queen’s Beast Gold Series offers 1/4 oz, 1 oz, and 5 oz gold coins to collectors with each of the 10 designs in the series. In addition, you can readily find the BU versions of the designs available in certified issues.

    The bullion coins are available inside their original protective plastic from the Royal Mint, while the certified coins have the protective plastic slab of either the NGC or the PCGS.

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    If you have any questions about the Queen’s Beast Gold Series, JM Bullion customer service is available to assist you. Our customer service team can field your questions on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and in writing via our email address. Please don’t hesitate to visit our Payment Methods FAQ if you have questions about how to pay for your gold bullion.