• 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection reverse
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection obverse
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with box
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with booklet
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with cert
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection reverse
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection obverse
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with box
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with booklet
  • 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection with cert
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2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coin - The British Monarchs Collection

Celebrate the first Tudor King with these 2022 Henry VII 1 oz Silver Proof Coins. These coins are the first release in the Royal Mint's new British Monarchs Collection!

Based on Alexander of Bruchsal's original designs, the reverse features Henry VII as he appeared on the coinage of the time.

These proof coins are struck from 999 fine silver and issued in a presentation box, along with an informational booklet, and a certificate of authenticity. 

If you're a history buff, a budding numismatist, or have an affinity for the monarchy, these coins are for you!

£185.00

(Inc. VAT)

£154.17

(Exc. VAT)
Totals are approximate until metal prices are confirmed on the next LBMA fix.

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2022 Henry VII Silver Proof Coin

Privy Council

We first heard about the coin after the Privy Council published information about it. The Privy Council is made up of senior politicians who advise the Queen on such matters as bank holidays, coinage and livery company statuses. The Royal Mint have to submit any new coin designs to The Privy Council for approval and that information is then announced on the Privy Council website. 

Henry VII

Henry Tudor was born at Pembroke Castle in Wales in 1457, the son of the already deceased Edmund Tudor (Henry VI's half-brother via Catherine of Valois, widow of Henry V) and his 13 year old widow, Margaret Beaufort.

Henry Tudor's claim to the throne existed through his mother, who was descended illegitimately from John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. However, even this extremely tenuous connection to the House of Lancaster was, in the absence of more credible and still living Lancastrian royals, enough to persuade the young Henry to flee to France, where he might have expected to remain for the rest of his life.

Henry as King

Following Henry's victory at Bosworth, Henry Tudor (now Henry VII) married Elizabeth of York, the heir to the Yorkist cause, so that the two rival houses might at last be united and the Wars of the Roses finally brought to an end. The marriage produced four daughters and four sons, one of whom would succeed him as Henry VIII. Henry VII was known for his careful policy of spending as little possible (many would call it miserliness) and avoided expensive foreign wars. He would die in 1509 as one of the richest princes in Europe.

Obverse

Jody Clark's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse of the coin. 

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Reverse

Alexander of Bruchsal was a die engraver and medalist, who created the coin dies for Henry VII. The reverse of this coin was transposed from his original designs. It features a crowned King Henry VII facing right.

Specification

MetalSilver
Diameter38.61mm
Weight / Size1 Ounce
Silver Weight Troy Ounces1
Fineness / Carat0.999 Fine
Mintage Figure1,260
Issue Limit1,250
Retail Price£95
Date2022
Obverse DesignerJody Clark
Reverse DesignerAlexander of Bruchsal
Issuing Monarch Elizabeth II (1952 - Date)
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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