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  1. 2020 Royal Mint Silver Britannias

    Quantity ACH / Wire Credit Card
    1-24 $32.53 $33.83
    25-99 $483.23 $502.56
    100-499 $66.23 $68.88
    500+ $68.23 $70.96
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    The Royal Mint Silver Britannia bullion coin encapsulates a wealth of history within its artistic rendering. The Silver Britannia contains one troy ounce of .999 pure silver. Guaranteed legal tender by the British government, the 1-ounce coin holds a face value of 2 pounds. The emblematic status of the Britannia dates back to 1797, when she appeared on every monarch-issued penny as a powerful symbol of British liberty and unity.Commissioned by the Royal Mint in 1987, sculptor Philip Nathan’s original Britannia design remains the centerpiece of the coin’s reverse. Britannia’s more...
  2. British Mint Year of the Pig 1 oz Silver Coin

    Quantity ACH / Wire Credit Card
    1-24 $32.72 $34.03
    25-99 $34.73 $36.12
    100-499 $34.22 $35.59
    500+ $0.00 $0.00
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    The Royal Mint Silver Lunar Pig bullion coin is guaranteed legal tender by the British government, the 1-ounce coin holds a face value of 2 pounds.   The pig is the sixth design in the British Lunar series, and is the twelfth sign of the Chinese zodiac, appearing once every 12 years. The traits of people born in the Year of the Pig are gentleness, selflessness and loyalty as well as diligence, compassion and generosity. Harry Brockway is the coin designer for The Royal Mint’s Lunar Year of the Pig coin which is part of the Shēngxiào Collection. more...
  3. 2020 Royal Mint Silver Britannia Monster Box (SEALED)

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    1+ $16,039.99 $16,681.60
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    The Royal Mint Silver Britannia bullion coin encapsulates a wealth of history within its artistic rendering. The Silver Britannia contains one troy ounce of .999 pure silver. Guaranteed legal tender by the British government, the 1-ounce coin holds a face value of 2 pounds. The emblematic status of the Britannia dates back to 1797, when she appeared on every monarch-issued penny as a powerful symbol of British liberty and unity. Commissioned by the Royal Mint in 1987, sculptor Philip Nathan’s original Britannia design remains the centerpiece of the coin’s reverse. Britannia’s draping more...
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