2024 1oz Gold Tudor Beasts Seymour Unicorn


1-9 $2,136.06 $2,225.13
10 - 19 $2,131.06 $2,219.93
20 and more $2,126.06 $2,214.72
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2024 1oz Gold Tudor Beasts Seymour Unicorn Highlights: 

  • Weight: 1 troy oz
  • Purity: .9999 pure Gold in BU condition
  • Face Value: £100 GBP 
  • Obverse: Features the effigy of King Charles III
  • Reverse: Seymour Unicorn

The Royal Mint released a distinctive Queen’s Beasts Series spanning from 2016 to 2021, featuring the ten creatures associated with Queen Elizabeth II. Building on the success of this coin program, the Royal Mint has extended its offerings with the Tudor Beasts Series, highlighting the Tudor monarchs who held the English throne for over a century.

The 2024 1 oz Gold Tudor Beasts Seymour Unicorn Coin showcases King Charles III on its obverse side. The King is depicted in left-profile relief, a departure from the customary portrayal of the Queen, and notably without a crown. Various identifying marks surround the image.

On the reverse side of the 2024 British Gold Tudor Beasts Seymour Unicorn Coin, the Seymour Unicorn takes center stage. This Tudor Beast is depicted holding the six-quartered Arms of Jane Seymour while being restrained by a chain.

Each 2024 1 oz British Gold Tudor Beasts Seymour Unicorn Coin will be delivered in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Individual orders will be packaged in protective plastic flips, while larger orders will be supplied in sealed tubes of 10 or a Monster Box of 100.

The Seymour Unicorn is positioned opposite the Lion of England at the front of the Moat Bridge. This Tudor Beast symbolizes purity and fertility and serves as the principal supporter of Jane Seymour. Given to her by her husband, King Henry VIII, the beast solidifies her status as his Queen.


More Information
Product Type Coin
Coin Series Tudor Beasts
Purity .9999
Mint/Refinery British Royal Mint
Metal Type Gold
Face Value £100
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Year 2024
Metal Weight 1 troy oz
Product Brand British Royal Mint

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