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About The Royal Mint Specialty Silver Bullion

The British silver specialty bullion coins include different series of commemorative silver coins issued by the Royal Mint in the United Kingdom. These coins are known for their unique designs and limited mintage, making them highly sought after by collectors and investors alike. Here's some information about three popular series within the British silver specialty bullion coins:
  • Myths and Legends Series: This series celebrates the rich folklore and mythical creatures from British history. Each coin features a different legendary figure or creature and showcases intricate designs. Examples include the "Dragon of Wales" coin, which depicts a fearsome dragon and pays homage to the national symbol of Wales, and the "Unicorn of Scotland" coin, which portrays the mythical unicorn that has been a part of Scottish heraldry for centuries.
  • Music Legends Series: This series pays tribute to iconic British musicians who have made significant contributions to the world of music. The coins feature famous artists and bands and highlight their influence and impact. Notable coins in this series include the "Queen" coin, which showcases the legendary rock band Queen and their lead vocalist Freddie Mercury, and the "Elton John" coin, which honors the renowned singer-songwriter and pianist.
  • BU Royal Arms Series: The BU Royal Arms series focuses on the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom, which is the official coat of arms representing the British monarch. Each coin in this series features a unique interpretation of the Royal Arms, often with added embellishments or enhancements. These coins symbolize the historical and cultural significance of the British monarchy and are highly regarded by collectors.

About The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint is the official mint of the United Kingdom, with a history spanning over 1,100 years. Originally located in the Tower of London, it has since moved to its current location in Llantrisant, South Wales. As the primary mint for the country, the Royal Mint is responsible for producing circulating coins, commemorative coins, and bullion coins. Its facilities in Llantrisant are equipped with advanced technology and security measures.

In addition to its role in minting coins, the Royal Mint is renowned for its commemorative coins that celebrate significant events, anniversaries, and cultural icons. It also produces bullion coins, such as the Britannia and Sovereign series, which are widely recognized for their quality and purity. With a commitment to precision and craftsmanship, the Royal Mint upholds stringent quality standards to produce coins that are highly sought after by collectors and investors worldwide.


History Of The Royal Mint

The history of the Royal Mint spans over a thousand years. Its origins can be traced back to the reign of Alfred the Great in the late 9th century when a mint was established to produce coins for the kingdom. In the late 13th century, under the rule of Edward I, the mint was consolidated and brought under the control of the Crown. It was relocated to the Tower of London, where it became the central hub for coin production for several centuries.

The Royal Mint continued to expand and modernize, introducing new technologies like steam-powered coin presses in the 19th century. In 1967, the mint moved to a purpose-built facility in Llantrisant, South Wales, to accommodate increased production capacity and utilize modern minting techniques. In 2009, the Royal Mint transitioned to a government-owned company, allowing it to operate with greater commercial flexibility.

Throughout its history, the Royal Mint has maintained its position as the official mint of the United Kingdom, producing coins, medals, and bullion products with a commitment to quality craftsmanship and innovation.
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