Pricing and Volume Discounts*
Quantities of TD Customer Pricing Non-TD Customer Pricing
1-9 C$2,679.31 / product C$2,759.69 / product
10-19 C$2,675.89 / product C$2,756.17 / product
20-99 C$2,672.47 / product C$2,752.64 / product
100+ C$2,669.05 / product C$2,749.12 / product
Quantities of TD Customer Pricing
1-9 C$2,459.97 / product
10-19 C$2,464.02 / product
20-99 C$2,468.06 / product
100+ C$2,470.76 / product
* Pricing shown is based on TD Customer Pricing with payment from a TD bank account. Final pricing will be confirmed at checkout.
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Britannia first appeared on the coins of the Emperor Hadrian around 2,000 years ago. Restored to British coinage in 1672 during the reign of Charles II, she’s appeared on the coins of every subsequent monarch. Reassuring and resolute, she’s a rallying point come crisis or celebration, the embodiment of the spirit of a nation. Instantly recognizable all over the world, Britannia resonates with international investors, a trusted symbol of the quality of British minting.
The icon returns once more with the latest release in The Royal Mint's Britannia Collection. Launched in 1987, Britannia is one of the most anticipated bullion releases. Philip Nathan’s original design that graced the first Britannia bullion coin is an acclaimed modern classic and features on the reverse.
On the obverse you'll see Jody Clark's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This will be the fifth and final effigy of Queen Elizabeth II in the Britannia series.
The Gold Britannia is renowned for its beauty and reliability. Add the 2023 release of the Royal Mint's long-running series to your collection today!