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2022 1 oz British Royal Arms Silver Coin (BU)
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After centuries of battlefield use on banners and shields, Queen Elizabeth II’s heraldic coat of arms is featured on The Royal Mint’s latest fixed-mintage silver bullion coin…
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1 oz British The Gold Standard Bullion Coin (BU)
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Back in 2016, The Royal Mint launched The Gold Standard series, commemorating Britain’s adoption of the gold standard. This 1 oz 0.9999 fine gold bullion coin’s design reflects the days of good, honest money…
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2022 1 oz British Britannia Silver Coin BU
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The Royal Mint's silver Britannia series pays homage to the English version of America's Lady Liberty. Get the lowest-reasonable price at BullionMax!
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2022 1 oz Britannia Gold Coin BU
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The Britannia 2022 1 oz gold coin is minted in the United Kingdom at the Royal Mint and contains one troy ounce of gold, minted in 0.9999 pure metal. This coin features more than exceptional purity – it has top-notch security features, too.
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1 oz Britannia Gold Coin BU (Random Year)
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The Britannia 1 oz gold coin is minted in the United Kingdom at the Royal Mint and contains one troy ounce of gold, minted in 0.9999 pure metal. This coin features more than exceptional purity – it has top-notch security features, too...
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10 oz Britannia Silver Bar (BU)
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This 10 oz silver Britannia bar is minted in the Royal Mint in the United Kingdom and contains 10 troy ounces of silver, minted in .999 purity. This bar is larger than the typical 1 oz silver bullion bars. However, one 10-ounce bar usually offers a better deal because its value is closer to the spot value of silver than 10 equivalent 1-ounce silver bars.
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100 oz Britannia Silver Bar (BU)
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The whopping 100-ounce silver Britannia bar is minted by The Royal Mint in the UK. Each bar contains 0.999 fine silver in brilliant, uncirculated condition.
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1 oz Britannia Gold Bar (in Assay), Brilliant Uncirculated Grade
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This 1 oz gold Britannia bar displays the true brilliance of Britain’s mythological protector in all her glory. Minted by the Royal Mint, each bar contains one troy ounce of gold, 0.9999 pure,  accompanied by its own, unique assay card substantiating its authenticity and purity.
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2014 1 oz Britannia Lunar Horse Silver Coin
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The Royal Mint's second coin to use a privy-marked rim to foil counterfeiters, the coin's edge features eight iconic Year of the Horse symbols. This 1 oz. 0.999 fine silver coin is a striking addition to any collection...
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1 oz British Britannia Silver Coin (BU), Random Year
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2017 2 oz British Queen's Beasts Griffin Silver Coin
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From the Queen's Beasts series, this 2 oz. 0.9999 fine silver coin features the noble griffin, heraldic beast of the Royal House of Windsor. This coin is unlike anything else in your collection...
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2016 2 oz British Queen's Beasts Lion Silver Coin
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The first of the 10-coin Queen's Beasts series, 2 oz. 0.9999 fine silver showcasing the fierce heraldic lion symbolic of the United Kingdom. This coin is a must-have! Learn more...
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Coins have been minted on the British Isles for millennia, even before the Romans came in 43 AD. Celtic clans and petty kingdoms stamped their own coins. Later the Romans built mints across their conquered British territories. Today, all circulated coinage in Britain comes from The Royal Mint, which has an equally impressive history.

The Royal Mint history

Officially, The Royal Mint’s birth began in 886 AD, when Alfred the Great united England, taking London back from the Danelaw (also known as the Vikings). In 1279, all coinage production was moved to the Tower of London, where it stayed until recent times. With the continuous improvements in pressing techniques and their increased size, the Tower eventually ran low on space, forcing a move across the street to Tower Hill in 1812. Then, in 1968, the Mint outgrew this location too and moved to Llantrisant, Wales. At the new Wales location, The Royal Mint began converting coinage from the old 240-pennies-per-pound-sterling model to the decimal-based system the UK has today.
 
This long and storied history tracks right alongside the nation itself. Royal Mint history includes well-known figures like Sir Isaac Newton directing operations as Warden of the Mint in 1696, who put an end to rampant coin clipping and counterfeiting by adding features such as reeding.
 
To this day, many historical British coins remain favorites in collections around the world. But circulated coins aren’t the only thing The Royal Mint is known for.

The Royal Mint and bullion

1 oz queens beast coin obverseOne of today’s most notable coins coming from The Royal Mint is the gold sovereign. The gold sovereign is a 1 oz coin that has a face value of £1. Its own history dates back centuries to King Henry VII’s reign. Used as currency for its first several centuries, the modern gold sovereign is now a well-known bullion coin worldwide.
 
During the First World War, The Royal Mint continued to stamp out sovereigns. But many of these were held in reserves rather than for circulation. With the end of the gold standard in the 20th Century, the move to bullion sovereigns was the first of the mint’s several successful ventures into collectible coins.
 
In 1987, The Royal Mint released the first Britannia in homage to the image used on Roman coins minted in England way back in Emperor Hadrian’s day, 119 AD. The reverse side’s female representation of Britain holding a trident and shield is as iconic an image as Lady Liberty is for U.S. coins.
 
The success of these bullion coins has made The Royal Mint one of the most revered mints in the world.

What makes The Royal Mint special?

Along with its incomparable history, the mint is also one of the busiest bullion coin producers in the world. It churns out 5 billion coins (total) every year, including ever-changing circulation coinage with the highest degree of security features.
 
Recent security upgrades featured on its 2021 Britannia line of bullion coins include:
 

  • Holographic-like images: The Lady of Britain’s trident changes to a padlock when viewed from different angles.
  • Surface animation: Microscopic details on the coin’s surface create the visual illusion of rolling waves in the image’s background.
  • Tincture lines: The addition of colors and patterns make counterfeiting a prohibitively costly venture.
  • Micro text: Inscriptions created by special lasers surround the image to add to the technological improvements throughout the coin’s history.

These modern features were rolled out for nearly the whole suite of bullion products stamped at The Royal Mint in the last few decades. And their number of impressive and superior-quality pieces only continues to grow.
 

The Royal Mint’s expanding production

Take the Britannia’s launch in 1987. In just its first ten years of modern production, its success led to creating a silver version in 1997 and eventually a platinum version in 2018. Today, these coins are valuable additions to any collection.
 
In addition to different metals, the mint has also produced stunning limited editions of these coins in various sizes and anniversaries. These include the 5 oz silver Britannia and the 200th-anniversary edition of the gold sovereign.
 
The Royal Mint’s leaders are well aware of how important it is to coin and bullion history. In 2016, the mint opened a purpose-built site at its main operation in Wales. This Royal Mint Museum attracts visitors worldwide to share the wonderfully rich history from their pre-Roman coinage to modern masterpieces.
 

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