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

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The 10th and final coin in the Royal Mint’s series of heraldic animals, the Queen’s Beast coins, this 1/4 oz gold coin is absolutely outstanding. It’s truly a delight to see such painstaking craftsmanship in such a small package! 

The reverse of this 2021 1/4 oz gold coin features the White Greyhound of Richmond, an ancient and noble Lancastrian badge dating from the 1300s. John of Gaunt, the first Duke of Lancaster, took the greyhound as his family’s heraldic badge. Greyhounds weren’t racing dogs back then, nor were they the pampered couch potatoes of today – greyhounds were hunting dogs, faster than anything else on two legs. The White Greyhound of Richmond is clearly an alert and fearsome beast! It’s presented rampant (on its hind legs), front legs poised for leaping as it glances over its shoulder for prey. (Note also the heavy collar around its neck – see? Hunting dog!) The foreground has the seal of the House of Tudor, including the famed red-and-white Tudor rose that symbolized the end of the Wars of the Roses and unity between former enemies. The coin’s year of mintage, weight and purity appears on its edge.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was related to John of Gaunt through her many-greats grandfather, King Henry VII, whose father Edmund Tudor was awarded the title Earl of Richmond. 

The obverse of this Queen’s Beast gold coin bears the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II herself, the fifth-generation Jody Clark version used in circulating British coinage from 2016 to 2022. The gold coin’s face value of £25 appears as well as the text "ELIZABETH II • D • G • REG • F • D •" This is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase "Dei Gratia Regina Fidei Defensor," or translated reads "By Grace of God, Queen, Defender of the Faith." This is the same inscription that appears on British gold sovereigns.

You’ll note an intricate, repeating pattern (guilloche to use the technical term) in the background of both sides of the coin. This is an anti-counterfeiting measure that has the delightful side effect of making this coin truly beautiful. 

As the final installment of the Queen’s Beast series, this fractional gold coin is imminently collectible. We only have a handful in stock, so if you want your very own greyhound, better order yours right now!

2021 1/4 oz British Queen’s Beast White Greyhound Gold Coin highlights:

  • 10th and final coin the Royal Mint’s Queen’s Beast series
  • Minted in 1/4 troy oz of 0.9999 pure gold to Royal Mint’s exceptional bullion standard
  • Official legal tender of the United Kingdom, with £25 face value
  • Reverse depicts the heraldic White Greyhound of Richmond, rampant over the House of Tudor seal
  • Individual coins ship in protective plastic flip cases; orders of 10+ identical coins are secured in acrylic tubes before shipping
Product specifications
MetalGold
Purity0.9999
SeriesQueen's Beast
Product TypeCoin
Year Minted2021
MintRoyal Mint
CountryUnited Kingdom
Mint typeGovernment
GradeBU
Weight1/4 oz
Thickness1.4 mm
Certificate of Authenticityfalse
IRA EligibilityYes
Dimensions22 mm
Face Value/Denomination£25
Obverse DesignJody Clark
Reverse DesignJody Clark
Edge DesignReeded


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