One of the exciting things about coin collecting is that most coins have a story. These stories often involve historical figures, eras, or movements. The coins serve as a reminder of what came before us and make us appreciate history in a new light. A perfect example of this is the 1847 Gothic Crown coin, which sheds light on both the history of the British Monarchy as well as the artistic movements of the time. In honor of this historical coin, East India Company features the Gothic Crown design for the 3rd release of their popular Masterpiece Collection. Provident Metals now has 2022 Proof St. Helena Gothic Crown 2 oz Silver Coins available to you for purchase online.
When you purchase 2022 St. Helena Gothic Crown 2 oz Silver Coins from Provident Metals, you will receive a beautiful coin housed inside a display case. Also included is a Certificate of Authenticity from the mint, as well as an information booklet. Its the perfect gift idea for anyone with a love for classic coin designs.
On the obverse of 2022 St. Helena Gothic Crown Silver Coins, youll find a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This popular effigy was created by Jody Clark in 2015. It represents the 5th Generation of portraits of Her Majesty created during her reign. Youll also find inscriptions along the rim that read ELIZABETH II, D G REGINA F D, ST. HELENA, TWO POUNDS.
The reverse field of the 2022 Proof Gothic Crown Coin features the beautiful cruciform image originally created by William Dyce. This stunning remastering includes all the original elements, including the four shields, the flowers of St. Helena, and the Order of the Garter arms. Youll also see in the Blackletter font the words TUEATUR UNITA DEUS ANNO DOM MDCCCXLVII. This translates to May God Guard these United Kingdoms, Year of Our Lord 1847.
Gothic architecture became commonplace around the year 1140. However, during the Renaissance period, this style was replaced by a more classical Greek design. But in 1749, English writer Horace Walpole built Strawberry Hill, a mansion full of Gothic embellishments. This is commonly seen as the beginning of the Gothic Revival, which would go on to inspire numerous works of art throughout the next century, including the Gothic Crown coin.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Producer||East India Company|
|Product Series||Masterpiece Collection|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Capsule Size||45 mm|
|Metal Content||2 Troy Ounces|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Designer (Obverse)||Jody Clark|
|Designer (Reverse)||William Wyon|