Britannia Gold Coins for Sale
Britannia silver coins date back to the Roman times when the Emperors carried them as early as 119AD. The Britannia is the personification of the British Isles, the goddess of passion and war. In the 17th century she made a resurgence on the copper coins, and in 1987 the gold coin was struck with the silver coin following in 1997. The coins are struck annually and minted in tenth, quarter, half, and full Troy ounces with the front changing every year. Since 2013 the coins boast a different design each year, while the bullion coins continue to feature the standing Britannia.
Technical Data About Britannia Gold Coins:
Mint: British Royal Mint Denomination: Gold: £5, £10, £25, £50, £100, £500 Silver: 10p, 20p, 50p, £1, £2, £10Precious Metal: .9999/1000 gold, .999/1000 silver Weight: Gold: 1/20oz, 1/10oz, 1/4oz, 1oz, 5oz Silver: (1997-2012) 32.45g (2013) 31.21g Diameter: Gold: 12mm, 16.50mm, 22mm, 27mm, (1oz 2013) 38.61mm, (1oz 2014) 32.69mm, 65mm Silver: (1997-2012) 40.00mm (2013) 38.61mm Thickness: Gold: 1.58mm-1.65mm, 1.69mm Silver: 2.97mm-2.98mm, 3mm Edge: Serrated
Front Motif: Changes every year.
Reverse Motif: Britannia standing with a trident in her right hand, resting her left hand on a shield. The fineness, weight, and year are featured.
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