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Each of these Great Britain Silver Britannias contains 95.8% Fine Silver and has an Actual Silver Weight of 1 Troy Ounce!
The reverse of the 2012 coin re-creates the original depiction of Britannia sculpted by the Royal Mint’s famed designer, Philip Nathan. Nathan has designed many coins for the Royal Mint including a portrait to mark Queen Elizabeth’s and Prince Philip’s Golden Wedding Anniversary and the Royal Wedding crown of the Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Nathan’s 2012 Britannia design portrays her as a standing figure in a flowing gown armed with a trident and shield. She is also wearing a Corinthian helmet as she was portrayed by Roman tradition. Britania, an ancient term for Great Britain, has always been personified by a female figure. Inspired by the 2nd Century Roman Britannia who was also personified as a goddess armed with a trident and shield, Nathan captures the classic Roman depiction in intricate detail in the 2012 Silver Britannia. The words, “Britannia 2012 One Ounce Fine Silver” are also clearly displayed across the top of the reverse side of each coin. In 1997 and in even-numbered years since, the reverse side has featured a standing Britannia. Beginning in 1999 and all odd-numbered years, a series of non-repeating designs of Britannia have replaced the standing figure. The obverse or front of the coin carries the now-famous bust of Her Majest Queen Elizabeth II sculpted by Ian Rank-Broadley which has been used on commemorative British coins since 1998. The denomination of “2 POUNDS” also appears below her portrait on the obverse with the words ELIZABETH II across the top.
We know you will be pleased with these fine British coins in the finest of Britannia silver bullion. Again, these coins are minted in limited quantities each year, and therefore, they will move quickly. Our completely secure on-line ordering system will ensure you receive your set safely, and you’ll be enjoying your new coins quickly, too.
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|