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1oz Gold Coin, Yale Of Beaufort - Queen's Beast 2019


Manufacturer: The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint

Weight (grams): 31.21

Pure gold content (grams): 31.103

Fineness: 999.9

Dimensions: 32.69mm diameter

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QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ £1,505 £0.00 £1,505
2+ £1,503 £0.00 £1,503
5+ £1,502 £0.00 £1,502
10+ £1,500 £0.00 £1,500
20+ £1,498 £0.00 £1,498
50+ £1,493 £0.00 £1,493
100+ £1,490 £0.00 £1,490
250+ £1,489 £0.00 £1,489

The 1oz Yale of Beaufort gold coin. This beautiful one ounce gold coin is part of a series of ten coins produced by the Royal Mint that feature the "Queen's Beasts".

The coin is fine gold and weighs one ounce (31.1grams). The Royal Mint issued an initial 5,000 coins, though the Queen's Beast series is officially of unlimited mintage until the end of the year of issue.

This Queen's Beast coin has a face value of £100 like a Gold Britannia and, just like other British currency, this coin will be exempt of any Capital Gains Tax when you are ready to sell.

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The Beasts:

The Queen's Beasts are ten statues which stood guard for the Queen's Coronation in 1953. Sculpted by James Woodford RA, the Queen's Beasts are still standing, but are currently housed at the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec, Canada. Stone replicas of the statues can be found at Kew Gardens in London.

This 2019 coin features the Yale Of Beaufort. A 'Yale' is a mythical beast found in European mythology and the imagery was used by the Beaufort family during the fifteenth century - in particular by Lady Margaret Beaufort - Henry VII's mother. The black-coloured Yale (aka Centicore) has long and flexible horns, which can be moved independently of each other. It is the size of a horse with an elephant's tail. The Yale symbolises a proud defence.

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Collector's Note: The Queen's Beast series of coins will be issued one-by-one by the Royal Mint between 2016 and 2020. If you intend to collect this range, we will not have direct access to buy earlier coins from the Royal Mint as they are produced on a limited-edition basis and the Mint moves on to the next coin roughly every six months.

 

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