• 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned Presentation Box
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  • 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned Reverse
  • 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned Obverse
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  • 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned Presentation Box
  • 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned Reverse
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2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin - The British Monarchs Collection Pre-owned

This 2022 James I Silver Proof 5 oz Coin is part of the second release in The Royal Mint's British Monarchs Collection. These coins are pre-owned.

Each coin is struck in .999 fine silver and contains 5 ounces of the precious metal. The coins have a face value of £10.

King James was the first king to rule both England and Scotland simultaneously, making him the first ‘King of Great Britain’. 

Only 281 of these coins have been minted, with just 275 issued in this limited edition presentation.


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King James I (Scotland 1567 - 1625) & (England 1603 - 1625)

Born in 1566, James became King at 13 months old when his mother, Mary Queen of Scots was ousted by an alliance of protestant nobles. With his mother exiled and imprisoned in England, and his father Lord Darnley dead (allegedly killed on the orders of Mary), James was left in the care of the zealously protestant Scottish Kirk and nobility, which was determined to see that the infant king was moulded into their idea of what a king should be.

The most obvious legacy of his reign is the union of the two crowns of England and Scotland, simply by virtue of the fact that by birthright, he eventually inherited both crowns. In 1612, he commissioned a new Bible in English, now known as the 'King James Bible', which continues to have an important influence on protestant christianity throughout the English speaking world.

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British Monarchs Series

Monarch House Launch Date Monarch House Launch Date
King Henry VII Tudor January 2022 King George IV Hanoverian August 2024
King James I Stuart March 2022 King George V Saxe-Coburg-Gotha / Windsor October 2024
King George I Hanoverian June 2022 Queen Mary I Tudor January 2025
King Edward VII Saxe-Coburg-Gotha September 2022 King William III and Queen Mary II Stuart March 2025
King Henry VIII Tudor January 2023 King William IV Hanoverian June 2025
King Charles I Stuart March 2023 King George VI Windsor September 2025
King Charles II Stuart June 2023 Queen Elizabeth I Tudor January 2026
King George II Hanoverian September 2023 Queen Anne Stuart March 2026
King Edward VI Tudor January 2024 Queen Victoria Hanoverian June 2026
King James II Stuart March 2024 Queen Elizabeth II Windsor September 2026
King George III Hanoverian June 2024      


The obverse features Jody Clark's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The inscription reads:

2022 • ELIZABETH II • D • G • REG • F • D • 10 POUNDS


The reverse shows a right facing portrait of a crowned King James I holding an orb and sceptre with the surrounding inscription:



Weight / Size5 Ounce
Silver Weight Troy Ounces5
Fineness / Carat0.999 Fine
Mintage Figure281
Issue Limit275
Retail Price£465
Obverse DesignerJody Clark
Issuing Monarch Elizabeth II (1952-2022)
Mint / BrandThe Royal Mint
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their precious metal content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.

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