2017 Britannia one ounce coins are issued by the Royal Mint. ATS Bullion, London's West End bullion dealer, is an authorised dealer of gold and silver Britannia coins. The new 2017 coin features radial lines as an additional security feature, and adds to the attractive and modern aesthetic of the Britannia.
These coins benefit from being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Free. All UK gold and silver bullion coins manufactured by the Royal Mint are legal tender and are exempt from Capital Gains Tax. Tax free coins are available to buy from ATS Bullion and these include Sovereigns, half Sovereigns and gold and silver Britannias. To find out more about Capital Gains Tax - view our article Capital Gains Tax and Gold Bullion: What you need to know.
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This year's 2017 sovereign will mark the 200th anniversary of the modern gold Sovereign. To commemorate the 200 years, this year's sovereign gold coin features a new and exclusive shield mint mark design, which is below the defeated dragon.
This year's Queen's Beast is the 2017 1oz Gold Griffin, the second in the series. The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen's Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony.
This year's Silver Queen's Beast coin is the 2017 2oz Griffin, the second in the series. The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen's Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony.
The 1oz silver Britannia coin contains one troy ounce of fine silver and is produced each year by the Royal Mint. Each 1oz silver Britannia is imprinted with a "face value" and the denomination for the this coin is "£2", although the value of the coin is based on the market price of its metal content.