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2019 Great Britain Gold Royal Arms £100 Coin GEM BU

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Why purchase this 2019 £100 British 1 oz Gold Royal Arms?

In terms of pomp and circumstance surrounding a royal family, no country can hold a candle to Great Britain. The country continues to be a symbol of strength throughout the world with its rich history and majesty. Celebrate these qualities of America's closest ally with this Gold Royal Arms. The coin was struck from 1 oz of .9999 fine gold at the Royal Mint and will arrive in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

Stunning Royal Arms Design by Timothy Noad

Queen Elizabeth II features in right-side profile on the obverse. She dons the earrings and the same Royal Diamond Diadem that she wore at her coronation in the design by Jody Clark. The coin's face value, "100 POUNDS," is inscribed along the rim and combines with the monarch's name and title, "ELIZABETH II D G REG F D" (Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, Queen, Defender of the Faith) to encircle the portrait.

Timothy Noad depicts the current Royal Arms on the reverse. A lion, a symbol of England, and a unicorn, a symbol of Scotland, flank a shield. The shield, which is crowned is divided into four quadrants, one with a lion rampant representing Scotland, another with a harp, which represents Ireland, and two others with three lions each, symbols of England. The date, "2019," is inscribed above the design, while the coin's metal content, "1 OZ FINE GOLD 999.9," is included below it.

Don't miss your chance to own this 1 oz Gold 2019 £100 British Royal Arms.

Year of Issue:2019
Mint:Royal Mint
Grading Service:Uncertified
Grade:GEM BU
Finish:Mint State
Weight in Grams:31.1035 g
Weight in Ounces:1 oz
Diameter:32.69 mm
Country:Great Britain
Legal Tender:Great Britain
Obverse Design:Queen Elizabeth II Portrait
Reverse Design:Royal Arms of Great Britain
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