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Basis: silver @ $23.60, 10/28/20
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Buying 1 oz Britain Silver Britannias
1 oz Silver Britannias from the British Royal Mint are a popular silver bullion coin from one of the world's most trusted national mints. Each Britannia contains a full troy ounce of .999 fine silver, guaranteed by the British government, making these coins among the purest you can buy.
Historic Britannia Design
The obverse of Silver Britannias feature Philip Nathan's classic image of Britannia, the mythic personification of Britain as warrior goddess. She stands proudly at the ready, brandishing a trident of war in one hand and an olive branch of peace in the other.
The figure of Britannia was first depicted on coinage by Roman Emperor Hadrian after Rome expanded into the British Isles more than 2,000 years. She has graced coins under every British monarch since Charles II in 1672.
The obverse depicts a highly realistic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with the abbreviated Latin slogan "Dei Gratia Regina," meaning "Queen by the Grace of God."
Pure Silver Coins, .999 fine
Like American Silver Eagles, 1 oz Silver Britannias are beautifully struck in .999 fine silver. Carrying a denomination of 2 pounds, they are legal tender in Great Britain.
Benefits of 1 oz Silver Britannias
Highest quality silver-- Each silver round contains a full troy ounce of .999 fine pure silver, just like American Silver Eagles, making them one of the purest silver bullion products available anywhere.
Instant liquidity-- These 1-oz. silver rounds are saleable at market value anywhere silver bullion is traded.
Easy to store and transport-- Silver rounds are compact, convenient, and easy to store or transport. We pack them securely in 3-inch tall break-proof plastic tubes, perfect for home safes and bank safety deposit boxes.
Better than bars and ingots-- We recommend .999 fine 1-oz. silver rounds over silver bars and ingots because they are easier to sell, store and transport, and incur no assaying costs.