(4) the Tudor Dragon, (5) the Greyhound of Richmond, (6) the Royal Dragon. NGC upgraded Great Britain label with Scratch-Resistant holder. T he co in you see in the pictures (Cert# 2892387-004).
Is one of the the PF69UC coins. COA Number: NONE - NO COA or Original Packaging from the Mint included. The edge of coin (outermost ring) is stamped with this inscription: "HAMPTON COURT PALACE".
This affirms The Royal Mint's very advanced minting capabilities. This coin also (reportedly) has certain security attributes to help hinder. Effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. He Seymour Panther in honor of Henry VIII's marriage to his third queen consort, Jane Seymour.It shows the Seymour Panther with flames coming from its mouth and ears. Sovereign coin backed by the British government. I bought this coin new (in a 2-coin set), sent it into NGC for certification, and received. Back from NGC on 12/16/2022 - FRESH. Coin & NGC Labelled Coin Holder (aka'slab') are in perfect condition.
Additional Information below (Courtesy of The Royal Mint, GovMint. Com, and other public web sites). T he House of Tudor Reigns Again.
Buoyed by the monumental success of its Queen's Beasts series, Great Britain's Royal Mint has once again dug into its nation's rich regal heraldry with a series dedicated to the famous Tudor dynasty. The kings and queens of the House of Tudor reigned in an era that saw England develop into one of Europe's most powerful and influential states and a leader in the Renaissance movement.
Now their heraldry reigns again on this fantastic and imaginative series that begins with a coin that features a beast dedicated to King Henry VIII's third wife, Jane Seymour. The Heraldic Beasts From The House Of Tudor. Known as the Seymour Panther, this beast stands guard along with nine other Tudor heraldic beasts that flank the Moat Bridge of Hampton Court Palace. They were erected by Henry, who was following the footsteps of his father, Henry VII, by making sure everyone knew it was his divine right to rule.
One must also remember this occurred not too long after War of the Roses when the House of York and the House of Lancaster waged a bloody war to determine the succession of England's monarchy. A Wedding Present For Jane Seymour. The original statue was given to Jane Seymour as a wedding present and was meant to represent the union between a committed consort and a mighty monarch. This proved to be the case as she was Henry's only wife to receive a queen's funeral.She curried Henry's favor by giving birth to his only son, the future King Edward VI. Unfortunately, Jane died of complications less than two weeks following Edward's birth.
FIRST RELEASE IN TUDOR BEASTS SERIES. This coin is the first release in the "Tudor Beasts" series and depicts the Seymour Panther in honor of Henry VIII's marriage to his third queen consort, Jane Seymour.
The coin's obverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. STRUCK IN HIGHLY PURE SILVER. Each Tudor Beasts Seymour Panther Proof was struck by Great Britain's Royal Mint in a full ounce of 99.9% fine silver and measures 38.61 mm in diameter. These 2022 One-Ounce Silver Tudor Beasts Seymour Panther Proofs are v (two pounds). Legal tender in Great Britain.
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