|Weight||15552.500 Grams / 500.024 Oz|
Brand new 2021 uncirculated silver British Britannia Monster box.
Each box contains 500 coins, stored in 25 tubes of 20 coins each. The packaging is provided directly from the Royal Mint in the United Kingdom.
The British Britannia coin series is one of the most popular issued by the Royal Mint and is available in gold and in silver. The silver Britannia features an image of Lady Britannia, walking with a trident in one hand and a shield in the other.
Silver Britannia monster boxes are available for silver investors looking to buy silver in larger quantities.
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The Royal Mint introduced the Silver British Britannia coin in the market in 1997 after successfully selling Gold Britannia coins in 1987. The pioneering silver coins weighed 1 oz and 20,000 pieces were minted. The silver Britannia coin has a face value of £2. The coins minted from 1998 to 2012 contained .958 fine silver. The standard British Sterling contains .925 fine silver. The 2013 British Britannia coin was the first silver coin from the Royal Mint with a fineness level of .999.
The design of the Silver Britannia coins was meant to appeal to both investors and collectors. The coin features “Lady Britannia” associated with power, strength, leadership, peace, elegance, and femininity. In 2017, the image of “Lady Britannia” was refreshed during a celebration to mark the 30th anniversary.
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A Brief History of Lady Britannia
“Lady Britannia” was first engraved on British coins during the time of the Roman Empire. During the second century AD, Hadrian introduced a coin depicting a female figure. This figure quickly became known as Lady Britannia and a symbol of Britain. By the end of the Roman occupation in the early 400s, “Lady Britannia” stopped appearing on coins for several centuries. King Charles II reintroduced “Lady Britannia” on coins in 1672 as a way of inspiring the nation against the maritime threat Britain faced at the time. Today, Lady Britannia appears as the main image on the countries most prominent bullion coins – the British Britannia series, which are now available in gold, silver and platinum.