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Tudor Beasts: The Seymour Panther, is it proof only?

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I was looking into getting the Tudor series, I'm mostly interested in Sovereign and this would be my way of having a bit of fun, I looked into the Lion of England and I liked the idea of the 2oz coin, is big and I could see the details, at this point I realised that it wasn't the first coin and that The Seymour Panther is the first coin, however, it would appear to be proof only, which I am not really interested in, is it me being retarded or is it really the case that the Royal Mint has not done bullions for the Panther?

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Yep, just like the queens beasts the two departments just dont match up the design releases. No idea why, Royal Mint is special remember. 

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It is not helpful to collectors when you don't have a release schedule.
As far as I know the Lion is the first in the bullion Tudor series.
I am committed now and have the gold, platinum, silver and 10oz Tudor Lions.
I will not add a kg coin, if there is such a release, but would consider a "completer" at the end of the Tudor series if they issue one.
I called the RM this week to ask about the series and the agents themselves only get 48 hours notice - cannot understand this though.
It can be so annoying when you miss a coin, not knowing it has been released and then find out all stock has sold.
I only succeeded this week in finding a platinum Yale of Beaufort 2020 ( Queens Beasts series ) that filled the only remaining hole and I paid a hefty price for it.

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