The Royal Mint is renowned for its exclusive and beautiful collector coins, as exemplified by the 2021 numismat presented in this offering. As befits a royal mint, the royal subject matter has been treated with the utmost care and full attention. This time, you have the opportunity to see up close an iconic coin design from many, many years ago – but in a noble new edition.
Coin with reverse of William Wyon
William Wyon, who lived from 1795 to 1851, was the Royal Mint’s chief engraver from 1828 until his death. It was he who designed the elaborate gothic crown design, still stunning today, which looks impressive on the coins. Just as it delighted in the 19th century, it continues to delight in the 21st.
The UK Royal Mint has decided to draw on this unique heritage, so a limited edition gold coin is being released in 2022. The maximum mintage of the numismatic coin was limited to exactly 411 copies. Its value is evidenced by the fact that more than 62 g, 2 ounces, of pure 999.9 gold has been used. Don’t miss out on a unique opportunity to acquire a valuable, and in the future even more valuable, numismatic coin with a great story behind it. Royal Mint has once again proven the undisputed mastery of its engravers, of whom William Wyon could be proud.
Special features of the coin:
- First release of the 2021 Gothic Crown Quartered Arms collection
- A maximum of 411 copies of this coin
- Over 62 g of 999.9 gold
- A tribute to the design of William Wyon
- Proof of the masterful skills of The Royal Mint’s engravers
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