The Royal Tudor Beast - The Panther of Seymour UK 5£ 2022 Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

Brand: The Royal Mint
Unit: tk
Price:
25,00 €
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Denomination: 5 £
Alloy: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 28.28 g
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Year: 2021

The first coin in a collection honouring ten heraldic Royal Beasts
Celebrate the matrimonial union of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
Commemorate the heraldic beasts of the Tudor dynasty

The first coin in the Royal Tudor Beasts Collection features the Seymour Panther, which was given to Jane Seymour by the king from the royal treasury of beasts. Depicted with flames coming out of its mouth and ears and known for its intoxicating fragrant breath, the fiery beast represents the union between a committed consort and a mighty monarch.
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Denomination: 2 £
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 31,210 g
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Year: 2022
Mintage: 6000

The first coin in a collection honouring ten heraldic Royal Beasts
Celebrate the matrimonial union of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
Commemorate the heraldic beasts of the Tudor dynasty

The first coin in the Royal Tudor Beasts Collection features the Seymour Panther, which was given to Jane Seymour by the king from the royal treasury of beasts. Depicted with flames coming out of its mouth and ears and known for its intoxicating fragrant breath, the fiery beast represents the union between a committed consort and a mighty monarch.

Originally representing Anne Boleyn, and Katherine of Aragon before her, the Seymour Panther was given to Jane Seymour, Henry VIII’s third wife, by the king from the royal treasury of beasts. Although the stone beast is depicted as a ferocious animal, with flames coming from its mouth and ears, the Seymour Panther symbolised a peaceful and loving union between the king and consort who bore him the male heir he so desperately yearned for.

Available as gold Proof and silver Proof editions, as well as a Brilliant Uncirculated edition, this coin is a fitting tribute to a fiery beast that represents the union between a committed consort and mighty monarch. Start your Royal Tudor Beasts Collection today with the Seymour Panther – the inaugural coin in a collection honouring one of the nation’s most powerful dynasties.
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