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2021 1 oz British Robin Hood Silver Coin (BU)

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Centuries after his legendary stories were shared around English campfires and hearths, The Royal Mint has launched a bullion series celebrating the outlaw/folk hero Robin Hood (aka Robyn Hode aka Robin of Loxley aka Robin of Sherwood aka Sir Robert Hode). 

Passed along through the oral traditions of the time, stories of this heroic rebel have been spread far and wide since the fourteenth century. Robin Hood was often described as a great archer. The obverse of this 1 oz silver bullion coin features Jody Clark’s dynamic depiction of Robin Hood features him concealed amongst the leafy branches of Sherwood Forest, poised with his signature yew longbow at full draw, ready to spring an ambush on a deserving target. The coin’s weight, purity and year of issue appear around the edge. If you look very closely, you’ll notice the background of the primary image is textured. This is an anti-counterfeiting measure The Royal Mint developed, called “micro-dots.”

The coin’s obverse displays the familiar Jody Clark fifth portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, smiling faintly as if in appreciation of Robin Hood’s actions. The coin’s face value of £2 appears, along with the Queen’s name and the abbreviation D.G. Reg F.D. Translated from the Latin, the full phrase means, “By the Grace of God Queen and Defender of the Faith.” The Queen defends the faith, but she leaves defending the poor to Robin Hood and his Merry Men.

This coin represents everything we love about modern bullion coins. It’s a substantial, satisfying weight and size. It bears an image of one of our childhood heroes. It’s an affordable numismatic work of art. If you’ve seen any of the Robin Hood movies, if you’ve rooted for the good guys in Lincoln green to beat the awful Sheriff and the wicked Prince John, then this is the coin for you. 

About The Royal Mint’s Robin Hood coin series

The silver 1 oz Robin Hood coin is the first installment in a new bullion collection inspired by myth and legend. The hero of folklore will soon be followed by two more coins inspired by the tale, featuring the courageous heroine Maid Marian and Robin Hood’s trusted companion Little John.

1 oz British Robin Hood silver coin highlights:

  • The first release in The Royal Mint’s exciting new bullion coin collection, the Myths & Legends series
  • A modern interpretation of the Robin Hood legend by master engraver Jody Clark
  • Each coin contains one troy ounce of 0.999 fine silver
  • Legal tender in the UK with a face value of  £2
  • Individual coins shipped in a protective plastic flip case; 10+ coin orders shipped in protective plastic rolls

About Robin Hood

The iconic bandit, who famously stole from the rich to give to the poor, first appeared on England’s most-wanted list in the 1200s. Sir Robert Hode, a well-trained swordsman and archer from South Yorkshire, joined his sovereign King Richard I in the Third Crusade. After fighting his king’s enemies overseas, battle-weary Sir Robert returned to his home. He soon discovered that his estate had been seized by the Sheriff of Nottingham, on the orders of the rightful king’s greedy and power-hungry brother, Prince John. When Sir Robert appealed to the Sheriff and Prince John, they arrested him as an impostor. 

Instead of idling away his days in a dungeon, Sir Robert engineered an escape not only for himself but for a handful of other political prisoners. These outlaws fled into the wilds of the vast and ancient Sherwood Forest, where they… Well, as H.L. Mencken once said: 

Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.

Sir Robin gave himself the nom de guerre Robin Hood. Together with his cohort, the mythic band of Merry Men, they proceeded to relieve the undeserving of their excess wealth, and share it with the needy. (Turns out, between financing a crusade and Prince John’s extravagant lifestyle, folks in the English countryside were starving.)

Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men are the archetype of the noble outlaw, the righteous thief. The people who stand up and enforce their rights by force of arms. That’s a story that’s lasted for over 800 years because it’s always relevant, whether in southern England in 1205 or right here in the U.S. in 2022. There’s a part in every single American that knows, should the absolute necessity arise, should there be no other choice, he or she would spit on their hands, hoist the black flag and begin slitting throats. 

Product specifications
Metal Silver
Purity 0.999
Series Myths & Legends
Product Type Coin
Year Minted 2021
Mint Royal Mint
Country United Kingdom
Mint type Government
Grade BU
Weight 1 oz
Thickness 3 mm
Certificate of Authenticity false
IRA Eligibility Yes
Dimensions 38.6 mm
Face Value/Denomination £2
Obverse Design Jody Clark
Reverse Design Jody Clark
Edge Design Reeded






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