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The Tudor era, renowned for its fascinating past and wonderful monarchs, has been commemorated in various kinds of literature and art. The Tudor Beasts are a collection of ten coins representing the lineage of beasts of King Henry VII and his third wife, Jane Seymour. The British Royal Mint introduced the Tudor Beasts silver coin series to succeed the famed Queen Beasts series minted in gold and silver. The Tudor Beasts series also includes creatures from the Queen's Beasts. Carefully detailed Tudor Beasts silver coins honor the era's artistry.

Those ten Tudor beasts are the Seymour Panther, the Lion of England, the Yale of Beaufort, the Bull of Clarence, the Tudor Dragon, the Greyhound of Richmond, the Royal Dragon, the Seymour Unicorn, the Queen's Panther, and the Queen's Lion. From the fearsome lion to the fabled dragon, these beasts represent strength, might, and the royal bloodline that defined England throughout the Tudor period.

Variation of the Issues in the Tudor Beasts Series

The Royal Mint will issue the Tudor Beasts Series coins in variants, including weight, metal content, face value, and designs. The Tudor Beasts coins are struck in proof and bullion (Brilliant Uncirculated) conditions in the precious metals of gold, silver, and platinum. The varied weight categories that coins will be made available are 0.25 oz, 1 oz, 2 oz, 5 oz, 10 oz, 1 kg, and 2 kg.

Since the reverse of each coin in the series varies to some extent, Let's delve deeper to understand the different issues in the Tudor Beasts series and their importance!

1) The Seymour Panther

The Seymour Panther is not a part of the Queen's Beasts and was bestowed upon Jane Seymour by King Henry VIII to celebrate their union.

The ferocious Panther is displayed with flames from its mouth and ears. The Panther was an altered rendition of Anne's Leopard, Henry VIII's previous wife. The striking appearance of the Panther guarded a shield glorifying the Seymour wings pointed downwards.

2) The Lion of England

The Lion of England is the most prominently depicted Beast in English coinage, as the heraldic lion appears on the coat of arms and other emblems and national symbols.

The lion was introduced by Henry I in the shield in 1128, which became the beginning of the profound legacy of the heraldic lion. The lion, meticulously depicted in its striking posture, symbolizes strength, courage, and bravery. The shield of the lion includes the coat of arms of King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, representing the couple's strength.

3) The Yale of Beaufort

The Yale is a mythical creature often depicted as large as an elephant, with a body like a goat or deer and boar-like tusks and horns.

The shield of the Yale conjures the idea of Jane Seymour as the wife of King Henry VIII. The shield is said to show the augmentation of honor, as it was awarded to Jane's father, Edward Seymour. Yale was also associated with Henry VII. By incorporating the Yale that displays the arms of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII affirmed the authority of his new wife, Jane Seymour.

4) The Greyhound of Richmond

One of the beasts from the Queen’s Beasts, the White Greyhound of Richmond, is stationed at the entrance to Westminster Abbey, the location of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s coronation ceremony.

This modern version of the Greyhound was designed by Jody Clark, who combined dynamic realism with heraldic symbolism from 1485. The Greyhound symbolizes attributes of loyalty and faithfulness. Edward Tudor initially used it when he created the Earl of Richmond, where the Greyhound was associated with the Honour of Richmond.

5) The Tudor Dragon

The Tudor Dragon is inspired by and portrays the relationship of the King with Wales. The heraldic symbol of the country of Wales that appears on the national flag of Wales is the Welsh Dragon.

The Tudor dynasty adopted the Dragon as part of the Tudor Beasts to honor the Welsh heritage and connection with the country. In contemporary manuscripts, the Dragon is depicted with a red head, back, wings, and a gold underside. The symbol of Wales represents strength, bravery, and fierceness.

6) The Seymour Unicorn

The fierce mythical creature, the Unicorn, was often depicted as wild and necessary to be tamed; hence, it was usually expressed as chained and collared.

The Seymour Unicorn was bestowed upon Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII, as a gift. The Seymour Unicorn is often confused with the Unicorn of Scotland; distinguishing factors are the royal coronet and the wreath of flowers. The Unicorn bears the shield that is six-quartered featuring the Arms of Jane Seymour along with the Arms of Augmentation, the Seymour wings in a lure, the Beauchamp and Hacche, the shield of Sturmy, the MacWilliams Shield, and the Coker Shield.

The physical features of the Unicorn consisted of deer, goats, or horses, such as cloven hooves. The spiraled horn on its head stands out as the differentiating feature. This feature also belonged to Narwhals, the sea creatures with a horn reminiscent of a unicorn.

7) The Royal Dragon

The Royal Dragon's shape and design are similar to those of the Tudor Dragon, but the latter is more prominently used as a heraldic symbol in the House of Tudor.

The utilization of the Royal Dragon was prominent after the Battle of Bosworth, as the House of Tudor defeated the House of York in 1485. The Dragon's appearance was often fierce and challenging, including a body composed of four-legged reptile-like serpents or lizards. Often depicted with the tongue protruding from its mouth, the Dragon looks to challenge anyone who questions the legitimacy of the King who commanded its creation.

8) The Queen's Lion

The Queen's Lion statue stands tall at the Moat Bridge of the Hampton Court Palace and bears the shield bearing Jane Seymour's badge.

The lion is one of the most sought-after heraldic creatures in Great Britain coin history, traditionally symbolizing strength and courage. Jane Seymour's badge with the lion includes the hawthorn tree behind the getaway, fully blossomed and royally crowned, and the Golden Phoenix at the top. These inscriptions, such as the Phoenix, were selected by Jane Seymour to show the rebirth and love for her husband, King Henry VIII.

9) The Black Bull of Clarence

The Black Bull of Clarence is a fierce and majestic beast often affiliated as the symbol of strength, power, and bravery.

During the fifteenth century, The Bull was the heraldic symbol associated with the House of York. The Bull clenches the shield with its mighty hoops that feature the Tudor Rose, created by King Henry VII to glorify his marriage to Elizabeth of York, marking the union of the two houses, the House of York and the House of Lancaster. Depicting the might and power of the King, the Bull of Clarence is stationed at the Hampton Court Palace, flanking the Moat Bridge, symbolizing that anyone who enters the past here is a true and formidable monarch.

10) The Queen's Panther

The Queen's Panther, or the Seymour Panther, is the first feature of the Tudor Beasts coin series from the British Royal Mint.

The Seymour Panther is a spotted leopard, which is the altered recreation of Anne's leopard, the arms of Anne Boleyn, the previous wife of King Henry VIII. Stationed at the flanks of Moat Bridge in the Hampton Court Palace, the Panther watches every passer-by with a sharp gaze of the cunning predator. The shield that the Panther bears depicts the union of King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour with divided arms, displaying the connection to their ancestors and families.

11) The Royal Mint History

The Royal Mint is one of the oldest mints in the market, with a heritage of more than a thousand years that goes way back to 886 AD during the reign of Anglo-Saxon Kings. The Mint was established to cater to the trade and commerce of the nation.

The Royal Mint has been serving the governments and monarchs ranging from Alfred the Great to King Charles III.

The Royal Mint is currently owned by the Her Majesty (HM) Treasury, which makes it a state-owned limited company. Since being the national mint, the Royal Mint was responsible for making medals for the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics. Apart from the medals, the Royal Mint also struck coins varying from one-pound coin to the one-kilo gold commemorative coin.

12) Tudor Beasts Design

After the immense success of the Queen Beasts Series, the Royal Mint announced the Tudor Beasts Silver Coin Series, which features a ten-coin series displaying the Tudor beasts, emphasizing the famous union of King Henry VIII and his third wife, Jane Seymour. The designs of the beasts, as well as the monarch effigies, are designed by the talented illustrator and sculptor David Lawrence. The Tudor Beast silver coin series was introduced with the Seymour Panther and the Lion of England. The Mint has announced that the next five years will feature the issues of the other beasts.

The obverse of the series displays the monarch effigies of the Late H. M. Queen Elizabeth on the first three releases. After the Queen's passing in September 2022, the fourth release of the Tudor Beast's series witnessed a change in obverse, which now featured the effigy of King Charles III succeeding the design of the Queen. The designers on the Obverse are Jody Clark, who designed the effigy of Queen Elizabeth, and Martin Jennings, who created the effigy of King Charles III.

The coins’ reverse resembles the historic partnership as the Royal Mint creates each coin and its accompanying packaging with the experts at Historic Royal Palaces. The reverse features one of the ten Tudor Beasts with a shield that proudly depicts the coat of arms of Henry VII and Jane Seymour, symbolizing their union. For instance, the latest release of the Tudor Beasts series is the 2024 Semyour Unicorn coin that features the six-quartered shield symbolizing the union of the Tudor and the Seymour Dynasties.

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Buy Tudor Beasts Silver Coins from the Royal Mint

The Tudor era, renowned for its fascinating past and wonderful monarchs, has been commemorated in various kinds of literature and art. The Tudor Beasts are a collection of ten coins representing the lineage of beasts of King Henry VII and his third wife, Jane Seymour. The British Royal Mint introduced the Tudor Beasts silver coin series to succeed the famed Queen Beasts series minted in gold and silver. The Tudor Beasts series also includes creatures from the Queen's Beasts. Carefully detailed Tudor Beasts silver coins honor the era's artistry.

Those ten Tudor beasts are the Seymour Panther, the Lion of England, the Yale of Beaufort, the Bull of Clarence, the Tudor Dragon, the Greyhound of Richmond, the Royal Dragon, the Seymour Unicorn, the Queen's Panther, and the Queen's Lion. From the fearsome lion to the fabled dragon, these beasts represent strength, might, and the royal bloodline that defined England throughout the Tudor period.

Variation of the Issues in the Tudor Beasts Series

The Royal Mint will issue the Tudor Beasts Series coins in variants, including weight, metal content, face value, and designs. The Tudor Beasts coins are struck in proof and bullion (Brilliant Uncirculated) conditions in the precious metals of gold, silver, and platinum. The varied weight categories that coins will be made available are 0.25 oz, 1 oz, 2 oz, 5 oz, 10 oz, 1 kg, and 2 kg.

Since the reverse of each coin in the series varies to some extent, Let's delve deeper to understand the different issues in the Tudor Beasts series and their importance!

1) The Seymour Panther

The Seymour Panther is not a part of the Queen's Beasts and was bestowed upon Jane Seymour by King Henry VIII to celebrate their union.

The ferocious Panther is displayed with flames from its mouth and ears. The Panther was an altered rendition of Anne's Leopard, Henry VIII's previous wife. The striking appearance of the Panther guarded a shield glorifying the Seymour wings pointed downwards.

2) The Lion of England

The Lion of England is the most prominently depicted Beast in English coinage, as the heraldic lion appears on the coat of arms and other emblems and national symbols.

The lion was introduced by Henry I in the shield in 1128, which became the beginning of the profound legacy of the heraldic lion. The lion, meticulously depicted in its striking posture, symbolizes strength, courage, and bravery. The shield of the lion includes the coat of arms of King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, representing the couple's strength.

3) The Yale of Beaufort

The Yale is a mythical creature often depicted as large as an elephant, with a body like a goat or deer and boar-like tusks and horns.

The shield of the Yale conjures the idea of Jane Seymour as the wife of King Henry VIII. The shield is said to show the augmentation of honor, as it was awarded to Jane's father, Edward Seymour. Yale was also associated with Henry VII. By incorporating the Yale that displays the arms of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII affirmed the authority of his new wife, Jane Seymour.

4) The Greyhound of Richmond

One of the beasts from the Queen’s Beasts, the White Greyhound of Richmond, is stationed at the entrance to Westminster Abbey, the location of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s coronation ceremony.

This modern version of the Greyhound was designed by Jody Clark, who combined dynamic realism with heraldic symbolism from 1485. The Greyhound symbolizes attributes of loyalty and faithfulness. Edward Tudor initially used it when he created the Earl of Richmond, where the Greyhound was associated with the Honour of Richmond.

5) The Tudor Dragon

The Tudor Dragon is inspired by and portrays the relationship of the King with Wales. The heraldic symbol of the country of Wales that appears on the national flag of Wales is the Welsh Dragon.

The Tudor dynasty adopted the Dragon as part of the Tudor Beasts to honor the Welsh heritage and connection with the country. In contemporary manuscripts, the Dragon is depicted with a red head, back, wings, and a gold underside. The symbol of Wales represents strength, bravery, and fierceness.

6) The Seymour Unicorn

The fierce mythical creature, the Unicorn, was often depicted as wild and necessary to be tamed; hence, it was usually expressed as chained and collared.

The Seymour Unicorn was bestowed upon Jane Seymour, the third wife of King Henry VIII, as a gift. The Seymour Unicorn is often confused with the Unicorn of Scotland; distinguishing factors are the royal coronet and the wreath of flowers. The Unicorn bears the shield that is six-quartered featuring the Arms of Jane Seymour along with the Arms of Augmentation, the Seymour wings in a lure, the Beauchamp and Hacche, the shield of Sturmy, the MacWilliams Shield, and the Coker Shield.

The physical features of the Unicorn consisted of deer, goats, or horses, such as cloven hooves. The spiraled horn on its head stands out as the differentiating feature. This feature also belonged to Narwhals, the sea creatures with a horn reminiscent of a unicorn.

7) The Royal Dragon

The Royal Dragon's shape and design are similar to those of the Tudor Dragon, but the latter is more prominently used as a heraldic symbol in the House of Tudor.

The utilization of the Royal Dragon was prominent after the Battle of Bosworth, as the House of Tudor defeated the House of York in 1485. The Dragon's appearance was often fierce and challenging, including a body composed of four-legged reptile-like serpents or lizards. Often depicted with the tongue protruding from its mouth, the Dragon looks to challenge anyone who questions the legitimacy of the King who commanded its creation.

8) The Queen's Lion

The Queen's Lion statue stands tall at the Moat Bridge of the Hampton Court Palace and bears the shield bearing Jane Seymour's badge.

The lion is one of the most sought-after heraldic creatures in Great Britain coin history, traditionally symbolizing strength and courage. Jane Seymour's badge with the lion includes the hawthorn tree behind the getaway, fully blossomed and royally crowned, and the Golden Phoenix at the top. These inscriptions, such as the Phoenix, were selected by Jane Seymour to show the rebirth and love for her husband, King Henry VIII.

9) The Black Bull of Clarence

The Black Bull of Clarence is a fierce and majestic beast often affiliated as the symbol of strength, power, and bravery.

During the fifteenth century, The Bull was the heraldic symbol associated with the House of York. The Bull clenches the shield with its mighty hoops that feature the Tudor Rose, created by King Henry VII to glorify his marriage to Elizabeth of York, marking the union of the two houses, the House of York and the House of Lancaster. Depicting the might and power of the King, the Bull of Clarence is stationed at the Hampton Court Palace, flanking the Moat Bridge, symbolizing that anyone who enters the past here is a true and formidable monarch.

10) The Queen's Panther

The Queen's Panther, or the Seymour Panther, is the first feature of the Tudor Beasts coin series from the British Royal Mint.

The Seymour Panther is a spotted leopard, which is the altered recreation of Anne's leopard, the arms of Anne Boleyn, the previous wife of King Henry VIII. Stationed at the flanks of Moat Bridge in the Hampton Court Palace, the Panther watches every passer-by with a sharp gaze of the cunning predator. The shield that the Panther bears depicts the union of King Henry VIII and Jane Seymour with divided arms, displaying the connection to their ancestors and families.

11) The Royal Mint History

The Royal Mint is one of the oldest mints in the market, with a heritage of more than a thousand years that goes way back to 886 AD during the reign of Anglo-Saxon Kings. The Mint was established to cater to the trade and commerce of the nation.

The Royal Mint has been serving the governments and monarchs ranging from Alfred the Great to King Charles III.

The Royal Mint is currently owned by the Her Majesty (HM) Treasury, which makes it a state-owned limited company. Since being the national mint, the Royal Mint was responsible for making medals for the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics. Apart from the medals, the Royal Mint also struck coins varying from one-pound coin to the one-kilo gold commemorative coin.

12) Tudor Beasts Design

After the immense success of the Queen Beasts Series, the Royal Mint announced the Tudor Beasts Silver Coin Series, which features a ten-coin series displaying the Tudor beasts, emphasizing the famous union of King Henry VIII and his third wife, Jane Seymour. The designs of the beasts, as well as the monarch effigies, are designed by the talented illustrator and sculptor David Lawrence. The Tudor Beast silver coin series was introduced with the Seymour Panther and the Lion of England. The Mint has announced that the next five years will feature the issues of the other beasts.

The obverse of the series displays the monarch effigies of the Late H. M. Queen Elizabeth on the first three releases. After the Queen's passing in September 2022, the fourth release of the Tudor Beast's series witnessed a change in obverse, which now featured the effigy of King Charles III succeeding the design of the Queen. The designers on the Obverse are Jody Clark, who designed the effigy of Queen Elizabeth, and Martin Jennings, who created the effigy of King Charles III.

The coins’ reverse resembles the historic partnership as the Royal Mint creates each coin and its accompanying packaging with the experts at Historic Royal Palaces. The reverse features one of the ten Tudor Beasts with a shield that proudly depicts the coat of arms of Henry VII and Jane Seymour, symbolizing their union. For instance, the latest release of the Tudor Beasts series is the 2024 Semyour Unicorn coin that features the six-quartered shield symbolizing the union of the Tudor and the Seymour Dynasties.

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