2018 1oz Landmarks of Britain Tower Bridge Silver Bullion Coin

£23.51

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Coins will be in protective capsules.
  • Second coin in new 4-coin series from The Royal Mint.
  • Limited mintage of 50,000 coins worldwide.
  • The first coin in the Landmarks of Britain Series to feature The Royal Mint’s new guilloché obverse design.
  • Obverse: Displays the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the face value of 2 pounds.
  • Reverse: Features an impressionistic interpretation of Tower Bridge as it rises above the river Thames.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the British government.

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2018 1oz Landmarks of Britain Tower Bridge Silver Bullion Coin

The second coin in the newest bullion series from The Royal Mint features the iconic Tower Bridge. The limited mintage series, Landmarks of Britain, will feature four coins with contemporary designs depicting major locations within the United Kingdom.

Created by Laura Clancy and Glyn Davies of The Royal Mint Coin Design team, their interpretation of this iconic building is highly impressionistic.

This limited mintage 2018 Tower Bridge coin is an ideal addition to any bullion collection. Add this 2018 1 oz Silver Landmarks of Britain Tower Bridge coin to your cart today!

Tower Bridge
Instantly recognizable to people from across the world, Tower Bridge rises above the river Thames and is an integral part of the London skyline. An outstanding example of nineteenth-century design and engineering, people still marvel at the bridge when it is raised to let tall ships pass upstream. It was built between 1886 and 1894 and is a bascule and suspension bridge, with its deck accessible to both vehicles and pedestrians.

Landmarks of Britain
The Landmarks of Britain series by The Royal Mint features four iconic landmarks in the United Kingdom, in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver. Each coin also has a limited mintage, adding to the series’ collectibility. The coin designs have a contemporary interpretation of these iconic buildings and landmarks. The first in the series features Big Ben, the nickname for the great bell that is housed inside Elizabeth Tower. The second features Tower Bridge, and the third release features Trafalgar Square. The fourth and final release celebrates Buckingham Palace.

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