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The Royal Arms of England represents one of the oldest heraldic symbols still in use today in the modern era. The arms of the monarchy of England has continued to evolve since the first images were created around 1154 to reflect the ruling houses and families that sat on the throne. The 2018 British Royal Arms of England releases from the Scottsdale Mint featured the first official design for the Royal Arms on silver and gold bullion coins. Today, you have the chance to purchase 2018 British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar 1 oz Gold Coins at Provident Metals.
It is believed that the arrival of the Plantagenet kings in England in 1154 with King Henry II marked the eventual birth of the Royal Arms of England. It is believed that King Henry II used a single lion in various depictions of a Royal Arms of England during his reign, but it was his son Richard who eventually gave the kingdom a royal arms that remains deeply connected to the modern British Royal Arms.
For the obverse of 2018 British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar 1 oz Gold Coins, the Scottsdale Mint uses Raphael Makloufs third-generation portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Used on British coins from 1984 to 1997, this depiction shows the Queen wearing the George IV State Diadem. Also known as the Royal Diadem, this crown is primarily worn by Elizabeth II at the official state opening of Parliament and was commissioned by King George IV in 1820.
The reverse of 2018 British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Gold Coins includes the Three Lions Royal Arms of England from King Richard I. The second Plantagenet king, Richard I reigned from 1189 to 1199 and spent much of his reign overseas fighting to expand his empire. Notably, he enjoyed immense success in the Middle East during the Crusades. His choice of three lions in the Royal Arms is said to represent his titles during his reign as King of the English, Duke of the Normans, and Duke of the Aquitanians.
Richard I was known as Richard the Lionheart for his ferocity in battle. He was the only Western monarch to successfully counter Saladin on the battlefields of the Middle East during the Crusades.
2018 British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar 1 oz Gold Coins are available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins ship individually inside of protective plastic capsules. Provident Metals customer service can help answer your questions about these coins. Please call us at 800-313-3315, chat with us live online, or email us.
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