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The Black Bull of Clarence 2018 UK Five-Ounce Gold Proof Coin
Brand: Royal Mint Limited
Product Code: UK18QBG5
Royal Mint Product Description:
Unlock the Mysteries of Heraldry in Precious Metal
In 1953, The Queen's Beasts were presented to Her Majesty The Queen at her coronation at Westminster Abbey. This year is the 65th anniversary of the coronation and you can take advantage of this opportunity to add to your collection.
The Black Bull of Clarence is closely linked with Edward IV who became the first Yorkist King of England in 1461 after a battle in which his army bore the bull on their shields. Historians believe that the powerful bull first appeared on the Royal Arms and on coins in the 1560s when Elizabeth I ordered the recoinage of all silver coins.
Only 85 of these exclusive coins are available and each one has been struck in five ounces of 999.9 fine gold and finished to Proof standard.
|Alloy||999.9 fine gold|
|Reverse Designer||Jody Clark|
|Obverse Designer||Jody Clark|
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