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The Queen's Beasts 2017 – The Red Dragon - 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin

Buy Queen's Beasts 2017 | The Red Dragon | 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin
Buy Queen's Beasts 2017 | The Red Dragon | 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin Buy Queen's Beasts 2017 | The Red Dragon | 1 oz Gold  Coin
Year 2017 Red Dragon, Struck to bullion standard, 1 oz of 999.9 fine gold (24 carat) | Enhance your existing collection with this highly sought after coin.
The Queen's Beasts 2017 – The Red Dragon - 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin
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USD$1,366.80
  • Buy 5 or more for USD$1,064.81 each
  • Buy 10 or more for USD$1,060.72 each
Availability: Low Stock (8 left)
Delivery 1-3 days to vault
Tax Information
Zero Tax - Exempt of Any Taxes if stored in Allocated Segregated Vault within Le Freeport Singapore.

Singapore - GST is Exempt, Zero-Rated for GST purposes

Malaysia - All Precious Metals are subject to GST under new Customs ruling instigated in February 2016

UK Delivery – VAT Free and Capital Gains Tax exempt.
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Price Information

Price per gram Price per ounce Price Premium Spread IPM Buyback Price
USD$34.00 USD$1,057.32 -18.02% -16.67% USD$1,272.92
Specifications

Specifications

  • 32.69mm
  • 31.2 grams
  • United Kingdom
  • 999,9%
  • British Royal Mint
Description

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The Queen's Beasts 2017 – The Red Dragon - 1 oz Gold Bullion Coin

Country: UK, Mint: British Royal Mint, Diameter: 32.69 mm, Weight: 31.10g, Purity: 0.9999% Au Fine Gold (24 karat) 

Coin Highlights:

  • Struck to bullion standard
  • 1 oz of 999.9 fine gold (24 carat)
  • The third in a series of ten designs that will celebrate each of The Queen’s Beasts
  • VAT free for non VAT registered private individuals
  • Exempt from capital gains tax for UK residents
  • Individually packaged in a single coin capsule
  • Also available in a 10 coin tube

The latest addition to the English Queen’s Beasts bullion range takes its inspiration from centuries of royal heraldry. The background for this range comes from the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The Queen’s Beasts, sculpted by James Woodford RA for the coronation ceremony.

The coins each depict one of The Queen’s Beasts, reimagined by Royal Mint coin designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the most recent definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty to appear on United Kingdom coins. The Celtic dragon represents sovereignty and power. The Welsh dragon was used in the Royal Arms in the sixteenth century and the Red Dragon of Cadwallader is the emblem of Wales. This is the third in a series of ten designs that will celebrate each of The Queen’s Beasts.The reverse of all Chinese Silver Panda coins includes the outer façade of the Temple of Heaven, a place of worship and communal gathering in south-central Beijing since the 15th century. Engravings on this face include the year of issue and nation of issue.

Enhance your existing collection with this highly sought after coin.