The Queen’s Beast Unicorn gold coin was introduced in September 2017 (2018 release date) and is the fourth coin in the Queen’s Beasts gold coin series by the Royal Mint. The series will consist of 10 coins and celebrates the ancestral line of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Queen’s Beasts are 10 statues that were commissioned by the British Ministry of Works and created by James Woodford. Each statue represents the genealogy of the Queen and her royal lineage.
The Queen’s Beasts “Unicorn of Scotland” is available in 1 oz and ¼ oz weights. All of the Queen’s Beasts gold coins are produced by the Royal Mint and are pure 24 karat gold.
Weight: ¼ oz
Diameter: 22 mm
Purity: 99.99% Gold
Nominal Value: 25 Pounds
Unicorn of Scotland
The Unicorn of Scotland is pictured with a horn and main. The beast has a coronet around its neck with a gold chain attached. The chain is a heraldic symbol that represents strength.
King James I, who united the English and Scottish monarchs had the Unicorn of Scotland along with the Lion of England on the Royal Arms.
Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Fineness: 999.9 / 1000
Scratch resistance: Poor
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer||The Royal British Mint|
|Gross Weight||7.78 gram|
|Denomination (oz)||1/4 oz|
|Year of issue||2018|
|Packing||single in Pouch|
|Packing Unit||25 per Tube|
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