The Royal Arms of England was inconsistent in design prior to the 12th century. Previous designs included one or two lions in most designs, but it was the rule of King Richard I during the Plantagenet Dynasty that brought about the famed Three Lions design. This imagery now appears on a beautiful new silver and gold bullion program for Gibraltar from Scottsdale Mint. Right now, 2018 1 oz British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Reverse Proof Silver Coins with blue are available to purchase online from Wallace Precious Metals.
- Arrives with a protective capsule, black-felt case, Royal Arms shipper, and Certificate of Authenticity!
- 1st available release of the Royal Arms of England for Gibraltar!
- Limited mintage of only 500 coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 1 backed by the government of Gibraltar.
- On the obverse is Raphael Makloufs portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse includes Richard the Lionhearts Royal Arms of England.
- Colorized lacquer of blue applied to the Three Lions.
- Reverse proof coins!
Each 2018 1 oz British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Reverse Proof Silver Coin in this listing is available to you with beautiful housing and a Certificate of Authenticity. The coins are housed individually inside of plastic capsules and set within a black case from the Scottsdale Mint. The capsule and case are sent inside of a Royal Arms of England themed shipper box.
These British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Coins are reverse proof silver coins. Each one has deeply-mirrored design sets with a strong, frosted background field. On top of that, the Three Lions in the Royal Arms of England are finished with a colorized red lacquer.
On the reverse of 2018 1 oz British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Reverse Proof Silver Coins is the Royal Arms of England introduced during the reign of King Richard I, a Plantagenet king. This was the accepted, original Royal Arms of England used by monarchs for 200 years. This design includes vines and Tudor roses in the background as a nod to the Wars of Roses for control of the crown between the House of York, a Plantagenet cadet house, and the House of Tudor.
King Henry VII eventually defeated King Richard III in battle in 1485 to end the Wars of the Roses, giving rise to the House of Tudor ruling England and bringing an end to more than 300 years of Plantagenet rule.
The obverse of 2018 British Royal Arms of England Gibraltar Reverse Proof Coins includes the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Wearing the Royal Diadem ceremonial crown on her head, Elizabeth II is featured in a third-generation design from British coinage that was used from 1984 to 1997.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Condition||Colorized Reverse Proof|
|Face Value||1 Pound|
|Reverse Designer||Raphael Maklouf|
|Series||Royal Arms of England|
|Capsule Size||39 mm|
|Weight||1 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Free Shipping on Orders Over $99|