|Coin Type||Platinum Ounce (1 oz)|
Like many other mints, the Royal Mint issues bullion coins in precious metals, having much higher intrinsic value than their face value. The one troy ounce (1 oz) platinum coins are denominated as One Hundred Pounds (£100).
The coins are legal tender, but are not intended for circulation. They are targeted at bullion investors or collectors who appreciate the special editions as pieces of art. The coins are typically "one-year" types usually issued in parallel with smaller denominations with the same reverse designs.
Effigy of the ruling British monarch, legend (in Latin).
|Obverse Inscription||Legend of the ruling British monarch|
Various designs as individually described below.
|Reverse Inscription||1 oz FINE PLATINUM · 999.5 · [year]|
|Platinum Ounce 2017 Lion of England||unknown||Portrait by Jody Clark (Fifth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 100 POUNDS ·|
|Platinum Ounce 2019 Unicorn of Scotland||unknown||Portrait by Jody Clark (Fifth Portrait)||ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 100 POUNDS ·|