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Celebrate the Silver Britannia's 20th Anniversary with this stunning coin from The Royal Mint. The striking classic design features a new radiating pattern behind Britannia which adds sophistication as well as anti-counterfeiting security to the design.
APMEX has created a process called MintDirect® to ensure these 2017 1 oz Silver Britannias come directly from sealed British Royal Mint boxes. This process guarantees these 2017 Silver Britannias have not been searched or sorted since being minted.
- Each coin contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- This MintDirect® tube contains 25 coins for a total of 25 oz of Silver. Multiples of 20 tubes are packaged in “Monster Boxes.”
- Celebrates 20 years of the Silver Britannia's tradition and legacy.
- Features a new radial sunburst design that adds anti-counterfeiting protection to your investment.
- Obverse: 5th effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the face value of 2 pounds.
- Reverse: Features the internationally recognized figure of Britannia standing firm against a powerful gale. Her image has symbolized Britain’s strength and integrity on coinage since Roman times.
- Sovereign coin backed by the British government.
Store your 2017 Silver Britannia tubes in style by adding an empty Monster Box to your order.
The 2017 Silver Britannia coin makes a great investment in Precious Metals. Add this 2017 1 oz Silver Britannia 25-Coin MintDirect® Tube to your cart today!
To ensure our customers receive only 2017 Silver Britannias that have remained unopened from the British Royal Mint, APMEX has created a process to guarantee these coins are direct from mint-sealed boxes. This process called MintDirect® is your guarantee that these coins remain packaged in tubes directly from the Royal Mint.
APMEX uses a special machine for this sealing process to ensure the products you receive are sealed completely, once they are removed directly from the mint boxes. The mint tubes are placed on the conveyor leading into the machine, and the sealing process seals both ends of each tube with tamper-evident packaging. If this tube has been opened in any way, you will know it. After the process is completed, the tube is removed from the machine and checked to ensure the quality of the packaging meets our exacting standards. You now have a finished tube of MintDirect® 2017 1 oz Silver Britannia coins.
Once completed, the MintDirect® tubes are stored in the vault until they are ordered by our customers. By using this process, APMEX can guarantee the coins you receive are in exactly the same condition and packaging as they were when they left the British Royal Mint.
The MintDirect® process provides you the assurance this product has not been opened, sorted or searched. Click here for more details.
Britannia, the female personification of the British Isles, takes her name from an ancient term for Great Britain and has been a popular figure since the 1st century, when she was first depicted on Roman coinage under the rule of Emperor Hadrian. Illustrated as a goddess, Britannia resembles the Roman figure Boudica. Britannia first appeared on British coins in 1672, when she graced the farthing. She was a firm fixture on coins from this point onwards, appearing on pennies issued under every monarch from 1797 until decimalization, when she was chosen to appear on the 50 pence coin until 2008.
Over the years, the image of Britannia has altered slightly, with her maritime links being emphasized by switching her spear to a trident. Britannia is seen as a symbol of British unity, liberty and strength, meaning she resurfaces during particularly challenging times. Like Columbia in the U.S. and Marianne in France, Britannia becomes more prominent in times of war or when national pride is booming.
In 1987, Britannia’s image graced the new Gold bullion coin minted by the Royal Mint known as the Gold Britannia. These Gold coins have since grown in popularity as an investment and a collector’s piece. Gold Britannias are available in sizes as small as 1/20 oz and as large as 5 oz Gold coins. In 1997, the Royal Mint expanded this design to a Silver bullion coin known as the Silver Britannia. Over time, both the Gold Britannia and Silver Britannia have experienced changes in design and an increase in metal purity, making them major players in the modern coin market.