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The Royal Arms of England was first officially adopted by King Richard I. Prior to the rule of the second Plantagenet king, the Royal Arms existed in unofficial forms as far back as the Saxon and Danish kings of the 8th and 9th centuries. Though those early monarchs often used one or two lions in the arms, Richard I established the Royal Arms of England with a foundation in the Three Lions. Provident Metals currently has the all-new 2020 British Royal Arms 10 oz Silver Coin available to purchase online.
When you buy the 2020 British Royal Arms 10 oz Silver Coin online today at Provident Metals, the item you receive will arrive with an individual protective plastic flip. The coins in this listing are available to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The obverse face of 2020 British Royal Arms 10 oz Silver Coins depicts Queen Elizabeth II in right-profile relief. The Queen is showcased against a background field with a guilloche visual element. Her Majesty is depicted at the age of 89 in the fifth-generation effigy to feature on British coins during her reign. Created in 2015 by Jody Clark, it depicts the Queen with the George IV State Diadem Crown. This crown is part of the official Crown Jewels and includes an astonishing 1,333 diamonds weighing more than 300 karats.
On the reverse side of 2020 British Royal Arms 10 oz Silver Coins is a twist on the modern Royal Arms of England from Timothy Noad. Based on the Eric Sewell version of the Royal Arms, the Lion of England supports the shield on the left and the Unicorn of Scotland on the right. The crowned shield is split into four quadrants. The first and fourth quadrants display the Three Lions representing England. The second quadrant offers the Lion of Scotland, while the third quadrant showcases the Harp of Ireland.
Few of the versions of the Royal Arms of England have been used as long as the first design adopted by King Richard I and the latest design carried by Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majestys current Royal Arms has been in use since 1837 when Queen Victoria ascended the throne. Richard Is Royal Arms were used without change from 1198 to 1340.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Designer (Obverse)||Jody Clark|
|Designer (Reverse)||Timothy Noad|
|Product Series||Royal Arms|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Capsule Size||89 mm|
|Metal Content||10 Troy Ounces|
|Shipping||Orders over $99 Ship Free|