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Order the spectacular 1/4 oz 2017 Red Dragon of Wales gold coin at the lowest price online, third in the Queen's Beasts series issued by Britain's Royal Mint. The coin features a dragon, which has symbolized Wales since 829 A.D.

Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953 was watched over by 10 heraldic beasts, created to represent the various branches of royal genealogy over the centuries. The dragon represents sovereignty and power, and was first used in the Royal Arms in the 16th century. The shield the dragon is holding displays a lion in each quarter, as on the coat of arms of Llywelyn the Last, the last native Prince of Wales.

Unusually, both sides were executed by Jody Clark, an engraver at the Royal Mint. His effigy of the Queen is the only fifth to have graced British coins since 1953.

In multiples of 25 this coin ships in an original mint tube

Specifikationer
4678
GB
Royal Mint
Brilliant ikke-cirkuleret
9999
Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the words "Elizabeth II D.G. Regina Reg Fid 25 Pounds"
Stylized image of a dragon holding the shield of Llewelyn the Last and the words "Red Dragon of Wales 1/4 oz Fine Gold 9999 2017"
2017
21.9
1.6
GBP 25
2017
Jody Clark
0.2500

SKU

4678

land

GB

Fabrikant

Royal Mint

Tilstand

Brilliant ikke-cirkuleret

renhed

9999

Forsiden

Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the words "Elizabeth II D.G. Regina Reg Fid 25 Pounds"

Bagsiden

Stylized image of a dragon holding the shield of Llewelyn the Last and the words "Red Dragon of Wales 1/4 oz Fine Gold 9999 2017"

Først udgivet

2017

Diameter (mm)

21.9

Gennemsnitlig tykkelse (mm)

1.6

Lovligt betalingsmiddel

GBP 25

år

2017

Designer

Jody Clark

Metalvægt (ozt)

0.2500
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