2022 1/4 oz Tudor Beasts Lion of England Gold Coin


2022 1/4 oz Tudor Beasts Lion of England Gold Coin

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Purchase the 2022 1/4 oz Tudor Beasts Lion of England Gold Coin!

The 2022 1/4 oz Tudor Beasts Lion of England Gold Coin is now available for purchase at SD Bullion! This brand new release is from the new Tudor Beast series created by the British Royal Mint. After the great success of other Royal Mint coins, such as the Gold Britannia and Queen’s Beast series, this coin series is expected to be just as popular. Adding this coin to your gold portfolio will not only diversify your collection but add a collectible piece that is struck with a limited mintage. Purchase yours today before they are gone!


The Tudor Dynasty was formed after the War of the Roses, a battle for the throne between the Houses of Lancaster and York. Following the marriage of these two families, Henry VII succeeded to the throne and used heraldry to demonstrate his power. Following Henry VII's death, his son, Henry VIII, succeeded to the throne and continued his father's tradition of displaying his dominance by creating ten stone sculptures of monsters and legendary creatures around Hampton Court Palace's perimeter. The mythological beasts that line the Palace's Moat Bridge inspired the Royal Tudor Beasts Collection.

The Tudor Beasts Collection will consist of The Seymour Panther, The Lion of England, the Bull of Clarence, the Tudor Dragon, the Greyhound of Richmond, the Royal Dragon, the Yale of Beaufort, the Seymour Unicorn, the Queen’s Panther, and the Queen’s Lion over the next five years


This series consists of coins struck in silver, gold, and platinum. The coins come in various sizes depending on the metal type. This particular coin contains ¼ ounce of .9999 pure gold. Struck in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, this coin is sold individually.

The Lion of England is a well-known symbol that has appeared throughout England's history. This beast is often associated with the regime's values of courage, strength, dignity, and pride.

The regal lion that guards the Hampton Court Palace's Moat Bridge is featured on the coin's reverse face. The lion is shown with a lovely crown on his head and a shield with impaled arms. This coat of arms depicts Henry VIII with his third wife, Jane Seymour. The coin's amazing craftsmanship brings the lion to life. The artwork is surrounded by the inscriptions "Lion of England," "1/4 oz," "Gold 999.9," and "2022."

This coin's obverse is similar to that of other popular Royal Mint coins, such as the Gold Britannia coin. In the center is the iconic effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, sculpted by Jody Clark in 2015. The Queen is presented in all her brilliance at the age of 89. The inscriptions "Elizabeth II," "DG REG FD," and the face value of "25 Pounds" are etched around the Queen.

Begin your collection of the Tudor Beasts today by purchasing the 2022 1/4 oz Tudor Beasts Lion of England Gold Coin.

More Information
Metal TypeGold
IRA ApprovedYes
Mint Capsule IncludedNo
Metal Content0.25 Troy Oz
Diameter22 mm
Mint/ ManufacturerRoyal Mint
Country of ManufactureUnited Kingdom
Tube/Sheet Quantity25
Mint Box Quantity500
GradeBrilliant Unc
Grade ServiceN/A
Release TypeN/A
Denomination25 Pounds
Edge DesignReeded
Certificate of AuthenticityNo
International Shipping EligibleYes

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