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Ounce Gram
Gold €1,433.81 €46.098
Silver €22.030 €0.7083

Updated 05:40 GMT 03/03/21

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2021 Britannia Half Ounce Gold Coin


Manufacturer: The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint

Weight (grams): Half Ounce

Pure Gold content (grams): 15.5515

Fineness: 999.9

Dimensions: 27mm Diameter

Stock: Pre-order now, stock expected 19/10/2020

QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ €796.50 €0.00 €796.50
2+ €792.60 €0.00 €792.60
5+ €789.70 €0.00 €789.70
10+ €788.00 €0.00 €788.00
20+ €787.00 €0.00 €787.00
40+ €786.60 €0.00 €786.60
100+ €786.30 €0.00 €786.30
200+ €786.00 €0.00 €786.00

Ordering to resume shortly

On the 31st of December 2020 the UK/EU transition period ended. We have temporarily paused orders during this time until we are sure our delivery partners are operating as normal. Thank you for your continued patience.

The 2021 Britannia half ounce gold coin from The Royal Mint is the first of a new generation of bullion coins with new, improved anti-forgery technology. Special visual effects including waves in the background and a new trident/padlock hologram make this coin near impossible to replicate, guaranteeing investors true bullion quality.

As with previous years, this coin contains one-half troy ounce (15.55 grams) of fine gold and retains a face value of £50.00.

The 1/2oz coin has the fifth and most recent portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side, as designed by the Royal Mint's engraver Jody Clark. In this image, Clark has Her Majesty The Queen wearing the King George IV State Diadem - typically worn for the annual State Opening of Parliament. The reverse is the same portrait of Britannia as used on the first coins in 1987, designed by Philip Nathan.