The White Greyhound of Richmond originated as a badge of John of Gaunt in the 14th century.
John of Gaunt was the 1st Duke of Lancaster and served as a steward/earl for the Honor of Richmond. The greyhound was a favored dog breed in Northern England and often used in the Honor of Richmond as a supporter of the badge. The White Greyhound remained associated with the Honor of Richmond for the next century until Edmund Tudor was created Earl of Richmond. Edmund Tudor was the father of King Henry VII, victor in the Wars of the Roses and the first monarch in the House of Tudor.
All of the 2021 1/4 oz British Gold Queens Beast White Greyhound Coins available here come with individual or multiple packaging. Single coins are housed in protective plastic flips, with multiples inside of either acrylic tubes of 25 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins. The Monster Box houses the 500 coins in 20 tubes of 25 coins.
On the obverse face of 2021 British Gold Queens Beast White Greyhound Coins is an image of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile effigy of the Queen is the fifth-generation design to feature on British coins during her reign. It was created in July 2015 by Jody Clark and debuted on British coins with the 2016 date mark.
The reverse side of the 2021 1/4 oz British Gold Queens Beast White Greyhound Coins come with a depiction of the White Greyhound of Richmond. The White Greyhound is seated with its front paws dangling over the front of a shield that is the seal of the House of Tudor.
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