The Queen’s Beasts Collection brings ancient symbols of ancestry, power and heraldry to life on a series of prestigious coins. Acclaimed designer Jody Clark has reimagined the ten beasts that stood guard at the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen in 1953; each one representing a strand of ancestry brought together in a young woman about to be crowned before the nation.
Combining investment with exceptional design, this popular series concludes with a design showcasing the majestic White Greyhound of Richmond. In 1449, Henry VI granted the earldom of Richmond to his half-brother Edmund Tudor. With this grant, Edmund received Henry’s permission to use a particular version of the Royal Arms featuring a white greyhound as a heraldic supporter. Edmund’s only son would become Henry VII when he defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. The greyhound expressed both his Tudor and Lancastrian ancestry, through which he claimed the throne.
The shield the white greyhound is clutching shows the Tudor rose. Combining the red rose of Lancaster and the white rose of York, it symbolises how Henry VII united these warring houses, ending the Wars of the Roses. Artist Jody Clark captures the greyhound’s nobility, as well as its power and elegance. Featuring a secure chainmail background, the realism of the White Greyhound of Richmond is displayed to its fullest.
This bullion coin from The Queen’s Beasts is also available in a one ounce and a quarter-ounce gold edition.
This content was originally published here.
After a slow July, U.S. Mint sales activities have picked up the pace in August. While we logged the newly released…
Buy 2021 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle Coins Among the most anticipated gold coin releases each year, the Gold Eagles,…
zeenews.india.com understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed for being transparent about…
Share Great Content for Our Resource Section
MoneyForGold.com is a resource site created for those looking to sell their personal collection of gold - whether it’s jewelry, coins, bars, antiques, etc., anything made from gold can be sold for quick cash. We encourage visitors to signup and share quality “Money For Gold” resources.
Have a question or comment? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org