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Queen’s Beast Two Ounce Silver White Horse

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Queen’s Beast Two Ounce Silver White Horse of Hanover were made in 2020 and was the ninth of ten designs in the Royal Mints: Queen’s Beast bullion range. This range is in recognition of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, when she surpassed Queen Victoria as the longest reigning Monarch on the 9th September 2015. These will feature the ten heraldic beasts that stood guard at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. The original casts are now held in the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec.

The detailed shield is split into four and references Britain, France Ireland and Hanover. In 1714 the throne was passed to George of Hanover (George I). He brought with him the representations of the region, this included the white horse. The White Horse is displayed as standing up, this is so it can be differentiated from the galloping German horse of Hanover. Queen’s Beast Two Ounce Silver White Horse coins are pure silver and have a weight of 62.2g.

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. These coins are preowned.

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Queen’s Beast Two Ounce Silver White Horse of Hanover were made in 2020 and was the ninth of ten designs in the Royal Mints: Queen’s Beast bullion range. This range is in recognition of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, when she surpassed Queen Victoria as the longest reigning Monarch on the 9th September 2015. These will feature the ten heraldic beasts that stood guard at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. The original casts are now held in the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec.

The detailed shield is split into four and references Britain, France Ireland and Hanover. In 1714 the throne was passed to George of Hanover (George I). He brought with him the representations of the region, this included the white horse. The White Horse is displayed as standing up, this is so it can be differentiated from the galloping German horse of Hanover. Queen’s Beast Two Ounce Silver White Horse coins are pure silver and have a weight of 62.2g.

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. These coins are preowned.

Earlier coins in the Queen’s Beast series are limited edition and may have to be purchased individually. The series includes the following:

  • 2016 – Lion of England
  • 2017 – Griffin of Edward
  • 2017 – Dragon of Wales
  • 2018 – Unicorn of Scotland
  • 2018 – Black Bull of Clarence
  • 2019 – Falcon of the Plantagenets
  • 2019 – Yale of Beaufort
  • 2020 – White Lion of Mortimer
  • 2020 – White Horse of Hanover
  • 2021 – Greyhound of Richmond
  • 2021 – Completer

All of the silver and gold Queen’s Beasts coins that we sell are verified for authenticity by our experienced team. Any coins that fall short of our quality standards are not re-sold. As members of the BNTA we ensure that our reputation as a reputable dealer of gold and silver coins and bars is upheld, whether a purchase is for our “best price” or brand new coins.

Specification
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Mint: The Royal Mint

Finish: Bullion

Physical weight: 62.2g

Silver weight: 62.2g or 2troy oz

Diameter: 38.61mm

Purity: 0.999

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All orders that we dispatch are delivered by one of our trusted couriers; either the Royal Mail or UPS. We deliver to all UK addresses and will clarify before dispatch your date of delivery and tracking number. We deliver from Tuesday to Saturday but next-day delivery restricts us from delivering on a Sunday or Monday.

Our cut off time for orders is 3pm, and we ask all customers to please inform us no later than this time if next-day delivery isn’t an option or if there is any additional information that our couriers may require.

For further delivery information, please check our terms and conditions.

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We offer a Click & Collect service for buyers who would prefer to collect their items from our premises in central London. Click & Collect orders can only be paid for by bank transfer, and our bank details are provided when the option to collect is chosen from the checkout page.

We ask all customers who are collecting to bring either a passport or full UK Driving Licence photocard with them when collecting, any weekday from 9.30am to 5pm.

Collections can only be made by the named buyer of the item in question.

Storage
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ATS Bullion offers secure, fully insured storage for customers who wish to keep their gold with us. We only store gold coins and bars; no other metals or items are accepted.

All customer holdings are held in trust at a secure facility in central London, and customers can add to, withdraw from or sell from their account during business hours. Our standard charge is 1%+Vat of the holdings’ spot value annually, which is re-invoiced every November.

To find out more about storing your gold, please take a look at the storage section of our website.

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