After the compelling Queen Beasts’s collection, Royal Mint just launched a new series of collection – The Tudor Beasts Collections. The Seymour Panther will be the first coin of this series. Tudor Beasts Collection will absolutely become one of the hot collections amoung numismatics community.
Important News: Queen Elizabeth was seen using walking stick for what is believe to be the first time at a major public event. It will probably trigger Royal Fans worried about the Monarch’s Health.
What are these Tudor Beasts?
The Seymour Panther
The Lion of England
The Greyhound of Richmond
The Yale of Beaufort
The Tudor Dragon
The Seymour Unicorn
The Royal DragonThe Queen’s Lion
The Black Bull of Clarence
The Queen’s Panther
The Tudor dynasty rose from the wars of the Roses conquest between the House of Lancaster and the House of York. When Henry VIII ruled after his Henry VII, He took these heraldic beasts as part of his lavish embellishment of the palace. These Tudor Beasts served to reinforce the legitimacy of his position on the throne and to highlight the regal lineage and strength of the Tudor dynasty.
If you have missed the Queen’s Beasts collection, do not miss the Tudor Beasts this time!
Next post, I will share the fun facts about Henry VIII. Stay tuned.