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2022 1 oz British Silver Britannia Coin Brilliant Uncirculated
2021 1 oz British Silver Britannia Coin Brilliant Uncirculated

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2022 1 oz British Silver Britannia Coin Brilliant Uncirculated

  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
  • This coin is £2  legal tender in Great Britain.
  • Bears a face value of 2 (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
  • Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse of the coin.
  • Britannia guards the south coast on the reverse of the coin.
  • Each 2022 1 oz British Silver Britannia Coin in this product listing
    comes to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition from the Royal Mint.
    Coins in this series are housed individually within protective plastic
  • The obverse of the coin features a right-side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II
    by Jody Clark. The monarch wears her Royal Diamond Diadem and earrings.
    Her name and an abbreviation of her Latin title, "ELIZABETH II D G REG F
    D," are inscribed along the rim, combining with the face value of the
    coin, "2 POUNDS," to encircle the portrait.
  • The reverse depicts Britannia standing on Great Britain's
    shores, armed with a trident, an olive branch and a patriotic shield.
    Inscribed "BRITANNIA," "2022," "1 OZ" and "999 FINE SILVER." Four
    innovative anti-counterfeit devices are included within the classic
    design: a meticulously detailed line texture upon Britannia's shield, a
    circular latent emblem that alternates between a trident and a padlock,
    an attractive light-refracting, stippled background wave pattern, and a
    thin frame encircling Britannia that is inscribed repeatedly with "DECUS
    ET TUTAMEN," which translates from Latin as a phrase declaring its
    literal purpose as "an ornament and a safeguard."
  • Silver Britannia coins debuted in 1997 exactly one decade after the 1987
    introduction of the Gold Britannia coins. The Silver Britannia
    originally featured a unique silver fineness of 95.8% silver. This was
    the case for all coins dated 1997 to 2012. Beginning in 2013, the Royal
    Mint boosted the silver content to the modern bullion standard most
    coins use of at least .999 pure silver content.
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