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.
This is the final Queen’s Beasts coin in the Queen’s Beast collection since 2016 produced by Royal Mint. The Coin features ten beasts on the reverse which reuniting all ten beasts in one design.
Here is the story of Queen’s Beasts:
The Queen’s Beasts are the ten heraldic statues representing the bloodline of Queen Elizabether II and the British monarchy. On 2 June 1953, the whole world witnessed a specacular of a very important occasion. The Queen arrived at Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s coronation. These ten Queen’s Beast stood in front of the temporary western annexe as formidable royal guardians.
China may become the World’s second-largest economy behind the US.
One of the China’s biggest insurers, Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. is the second largest shareholder of HSBC Holdings PLC. Ping An said that the investment won’t influence how the U.K. based bank is run.
One of the largest movie theater chain around the world was bought by Dalian Wanda Group which runs by Chinese business Wan Jianlin for USD 2.6 billion.
A well-known iconic company in US was partly owned by a Chinese Company, Qingdao Haier. And the acquisition deal was USD 5.4 Billion.
One of the early leader in telecommunications space previously now was owned by one of the famous Chinese enterprise, Lenova. This makes Lenevo become the world’s third-largest smartphone maker around the world.
Chinese investors are interested in Football as well. Chinese billionaire Tong Xia owned Aston Villa.
Chinese Investors and businessesmans own stakes in key infrastructure businesses in the UK such as Heathrow Airport and UK power Networks. Chinese investors have also bought up stakes in Thames Water which is another key infrastructire firms in the UK.
Schools in the UK which owned by China–backed enterprises:
Bournemouth Collegiate School
St Michael’s School in Llanelli, Carmarthanshire
Bosworth Independent College in Northampton
Bedstone College in Shropshire
Ipswich High School
Kingsley School in Bideford, Devon,
Heathfield Knoll School
Thetford Grammar School in Norfolk
Wisbech Grammar in Cambridgeshire
Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School in Norfolk
Adcote School for Girls near Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Myddelton College in Denbigh, Wales
CATS Colleges – Campuses are in London, Cambridge and Canterbury