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2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin

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Melt Value: 2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin

This platinum coin contains 1.000 troy ounces of bullion. Based on the metal content and weight, the intrinsic melt value of one 2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin is $915.80 based on today's platinum spot price.

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2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin

2020 Britannia 1 oz Platinum Coin

The amazing British Platinum Britannia is the third version of the coin introduced following the Gold Britannias 1987 introduction and the Silver Britannias 1997 introduction. The Platinum Britannia joined the series in 2018 and features 1 oz and 1/10 oz platinum coins.

Each 2020 1 oz British Platinum Britannia Coin is available to you with an individual protective plastic flip. The coins are available in multiples housed inside of tubes of 5 to 10 platinum coins or boxes that contain 100 coins.

In the 1st century AD, the Roman Empire expanded beyond the borders of continental Europe with the British Isles in its sights. After subduing the native tribes of Britain in the south, the Romans pushed as far north as they could before stopping. The new province of the empire was known as Pretannia, the Latin term applied to the province. This gave rise to the word Britannia in English as both the name for the province and the people who inhabited the region.

On the reverse of 2020 1 oz British Platinum Britannia Coins is the image of Britannia as designed for the Gold Britannia coins by Philip Nathan. The design captures a powerful image of Britannia on the southern coast with a trident in her right hand to control the seas and her left hand resting on the Union Jack shield.

Britannias image first appeared on coinage in the region during the Roman occupation. Emperor Hadrian issued Roman currency in the British Isles with the depiction of Britannia in 119 AD. During the 17th-century reign of King Charles II, Britannias image reappeared on British coinage.

The obverse of 2020 British Platinum Britannia Coins features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the fifth-generation design from Jody Clark and was produced for the Royal Mint of England in July 2015. It depicts the Queen in right-profile relief wearing the Royal Diadem crown.

Coin Highlights:

  • 3rd release of the British Platinum Britannia coins.
  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure platinum in BU condition.
  • Bears a face value of 100 (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
  • The obverse features Jody Clarks effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • On the reverse is a depiction of Britannia created in 1987 by Philip Nathan.


2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country Great Britain
Type Government Bullion
Mint The Royal Mint
Year 2020
Coins Series Britannia
Classification Modern
Face Value 100 GBP
Coins Type Government Bullion
Purity .9995 fineness
IRA Eligible Yes
Diameter 38.61 mm
Edge Milled


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