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- Each coin contains 1 ounce of .9995 fine Platinum.
- Individual coins come in a protective capsule.
- Obverse: Likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, the denomination, Gold weight, and purity.
- Reverse: Features Victory, modeled after the Winged Angel at the top of Victoria Memorial. Along the upper left are the words, "Victory through Harmony".
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The first coin of the Queen Virtues series features Victory, which signals the end of conflict and a celebration for peace. Add the 2021 St. Helena 1 oz Platinum Queen's Virtues Victory coin to your cart today!
Queen's Virtues Series:
The Queen Virtues series is a six coin series from The East India Company, and is a tribute to Virtues of a Queen, with each release symbolizing one of the virtues of victory, truth, charity, justice, courage and constancy. The coins are released in both BU and Proof finishes, and in Gold, Silver, and Platinum. The first release of this series celebrates the Virtue of Victory. This 1 ounce Gold Victory coin features this first Queen's Virtue with an artistic design of the Victory statue, which stands in London at the memorial for Queen Victoria. The allegorical figure Victory holds a victor's palm in her left hand, representing victory, triumph, and peace, with her right hand pointing towards the sky. The obverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the country of issue St. Helena, the year of issue 2021, denomination of 100 Great British Pounds, and metal denomination and purity of 1 ounce of .9995 Platinum.
The East India Company
The historic East India Company is one of the most well-known companies historically, increasing trade among Europe and Asia. Many commodities were traded through the East India Company, including silk, spices, tea, and cotton. The historic East India company disbanded in the 1800s, however the name was revitalized for The East India Company London, bringing a re-imagined company that sells fine teas, food, as well as produces collectible coins, such as Queen's Virtues Platinum BU coin.
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