A large gold coin was minted in England to pay homage to Queen Elizabeth II’s beasts. At this Friday (30) exchange of 10 thousand pounds (R $ 74 thousand), the coin precedes the 10 mythical creatures representing royal descent.
According to CNN, the coin weighs 10 kg (22 pounds), made by Gaza da Moida Real and the largest ever created in its 1,100-year history. The Royal Mint, which makes the country mint, called it a “masterpiece” made by a team using traditional mining skills and modern recording technology.
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The coin was created to mark the end of the Royal Mint’s “Queen’s Beasts Collection”, a series of collectible coin designs based on 10 statues created in 1953 for the Queen as the Honorary Guardian at her coronation.
Mint says that mythical beasts – which include a white lion, bull, falcon, unicorn, dragon and griffin – represent their lineage and together form “strong phalanxes of ancestral creatures taken from centuries of true history”.
In the center illustrates all 10 animals side by side on a single map with a figurine of the queen.
The material was polished for four days before being cut, gritted at rest and finished with a matte finish. Gaza da Moida said the entire project took a total of 400 hours.
The coin was seldom reported and an anonymous buyer bought it in six digits, but could buy a full-size version Site da Royal Mint Prices start at 13 pounds.
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