UK: The Death of Fiat Currency – By Proclamation of the Queen of England ~ June 16, 2022

With many thanks to newensign for this link/post.

https://roserambles.org/2022/06/16/uk-the-death-of-fiat-currency-by-proclamation-of-the-queen-of-england-june-16-2022/

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The Gold standard and Silver standard is back. The Queen of England in council, in person at Windsor Castle has issued by proclamation a new £1000 gold coin, £500 gold coin, £200 gold coin, £100 gold coin and various lower denominations of silver coins. Our new currency by proclamation.

The Death of Fiat Currency – By Proclamation of the Queen of England.

The Gold standard and Silver standard is back. The Queen of England in council, in person at Windsor Castle has issued by proclamation a new £1000 gold coin, £500 gold coin, £200 gold coin, £100 gold coin and various lower denominations of silver coins. Our new currency by proclamation.

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Proclamations

BY THE QUEEN A PROCLAMATION DETERMINING THE SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGNS FOR A NEW SERIES OF TWO POUND COINS IN GOLD, STANDARD SILVER, SILVER PIEDFORT, PLATINUM AND CUPRO-NICKEL AND NICKEL-BRASS ELIZABETH R.

Whereas under section 3(1)(a), (b), (cc), (cd), (d) and (dd) of the Coinage Act 1971 We have power, with the advice of Our Privy Council, by Proclamation to determine the denomination, the design and dimensions of coins to be made at Our Mint, to determine the weight and composition of coins other than gold coins or coins of silver of Our Maundy money, and the remedy to be allowed in the making of such coins, to provide for the manner of measurement of the variation from the standard weight of coins, and to determine the percentage of impurities which such coins may contain:

And Whereas under section 3(1)(f) and (ff) of the Coinage Act 1971 We have power, with the advice of Our Privy Council, by Proclamation to direct that coins made at Our Mint other than gold, silver, cupro-nickel and bronze coins shall be current and that any coin shall be legal tender for the payment of any amount:

And Whereas under section 6(2) of the Coinage Act 1971 We have power, with the advice of Our Privy Council, by Proclamation to prescribe the composition of the standard trial plates to be used for determining the justness of coins of any metal other than gold, silver or cupro-nickel:

And Whereas it appears to Us desirable to order that there should be made at Our Mint a new series of coins of the denomination of two pounds in gold, in standard silver, in silver piedfort, in platinum and in cupro-nickel and nickel-brass.

We, therefore, in pursuance of the said section 3(1)(a), (b), (cc), (cd), (d), (dd), (f) and (ff), the said section 6(2), and of all other powers enabling Us in that behalf, do hereby, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council, proclaim, direct and ordain as follows:

TWO POUND GOLD COIN

1. (1) A new coin of gold of the denomination of two pounds shall be made, being a coin of a standard diameter of 28.4 millimetres, being circular in shape and having joined concentric inner and outer sections.

(2) Without prejudice to section 1(2) of the Coinage Act 1971, the inner and outer sections may consist of different alloys.

(3) The approximate diameter of the inner section shall be 20 millimetres. (4) The variation from the standard weight will be measured as the average of a sample of not more than one kilogram of the coin.

TWO POUND STANDARD SILVER COIN

2. (1) A new coin of silver of the denomination of two pounds shall be made, being a coin of a standard weight (including the gold plate) of 12 grammes, a standard diameter of 28.4 millimetres, a standard composition (excluding the gold plate) of 925 parts per thousand fine silver, being circular in shape, and having joined concentric inner and outer sections, the outer section being plated with fine gold.

(2) In the making of the said silver coin a remedy (that is, a variation from the standard weight, composition or diameter specified above) shall be allowed of an amount not exceeding the following, that is to say:

(a) a variation from the said standard weight of an amount per coin of 0.25 grammes for the inner and outer sections;

(b) in relation to those parts of the coin other than the gold plating, a variation from the said standard composition of five parts per thousand fine silver; and

(c) a variation from the said standard diameter of 0.125 millimetres per coin.

(3) The variation from the standard weight will be measured as the average of a sample of not more than one kilogram of the coin.

(4) The approximate diameter of the inner section shall be 20 millimetres.

(5) The said silver coin shall be legal tender for the payment of any amount in any part of Our United Kingdom.

TWO POUND SILVER PIEDFORT COIN

3. (1) A new coin of silver of the denomination of two pounds shall be made, being a coin of a standard weight (including the gold plate) of 24 grammes, a standard diameter of 28.4 millimetres, a standard composition (excluding the gold plate) of 925 parts per thousand fine silver, being circular in shape, and having joined concentric inner and outer sections, the outer section being plated with fine gold.

(2) In the making of the said silver coin a remedy (that is, a variation from the standard weight, composition or diameter specified above) shall be allowed of an amount not exceeding the following, that is to say:

(a) a variation from the said standard weight of an amount per coin of 0.36 grammes for the inner and outer sections;

(b) in relation to those parts of the coin other than the gold plating, a variation from the said standard composition of five parts per thousand fine silver; and

(c) a variation from the said standard diameter of 0.125 millimetres per coin.

(3) The variation from the standard weight will be measured as the average of a sample of not more than one kilogram of the coin.

(4) The approximate diameter of the inner section shall be 20 millimetres.

(5) The said silver coin shall be legal tender for the payment of any amount in any part of Our United Kingdom.

TWO POUND PLATINUM COIN

4. (1) A new coin of platinum of the denomination of two pounds shall be made, being a coin of a standard weight (including the gold plate) of 30 grammes, a standard diameter of 28.4 millimetres, being circular in shape, and having joined concentric inner and outer sections, the outer section being plated with fine gold.

(2) In the making of the said platinum coin a remedy (that is, a variation from the standard weight or diameter specified above) shall be allowed of an amount not exceeding the following, that is to say:

(a) a variation from the said standard weight of an amount per coin of 0.360 grammes for the inner and outer sections; and

(b) a variation from the said standard diameter of 0.125 millimetres per coin.

(3) The said platinum coin may contain impurities of three-tenths of one per centum.

(4) The variation from the standard weight will be measured as the average of a sample of not more than one kilogram of the coin.

(5) The approximate diameter of the inner section shall be 20 millimetres.

(6) The composition of the standard trial plates to be used for determining the justness of the said platinum coin shall be pure platinum.

(7) The said platinum coin shall be legal tender for the payment of any amount in any part of Our United Kingdom.

TWO POUND CUPRO-NICKEL AND NICKEL-BRASS COIN

5. (1) A new coin of cupro-nickel and nickel-brass of the denomination of two pounds shall be made, being a coin of a standard weight of 12 grammes, a standard diameter of 28.4 millimetres, being circular in shape and having joined concentric inner and outer sections, with a standard composition as to the inner section of seventy-five per centum copper and twenty-five per centum nickel, and as to the outer section of seventy-six per centum copper, four per centum nickel and twenty per centum zinc.

(2) In the making of the said cupro-nickel and nickel-brass coin a remedy (that is, a variation from the standard weight, composition or diameter specified above) shall be allowed of an amount not exceeding the following, that is to say:

(a) a variation from the said standard weight of an amount per coin of 0.5 grammes for the inner and outer sections;

(b) a variation from the said standard composition as to the inner section of two per centum copper and two per centum nickel, and as to the outer section of two per centum copper, three-quarters of one per centum nickel and two per centum zinc; and

(c) a variation from the said standard diameter of 0.125 millimetres per coin.

(3) The approximate diameter of the inner section shall be 20 millimetres.

(4) The inner and outer sections of the said coin may contain impurities of three-quarters of one per centum.

(5) The variation from the standard weight will be measured as the average of a sample of not more than one kilogram of the coin.

(6) The composition of the standard trial plates to be used for determining the justness of the nickel-brass outer section of the said coin shall be pure copper, pure nickel and pure zinc.

(7) The said cupro-nickel and nickel-brass coin shall be current and shall be legal tender for the payment of any amount in any part of Our United Kingdom.

DESIGNS OF THE COINS

6. The designs of the said two pound gold, silver, silver piedfort, platinum, cupro-nickel and nickel-brass coins shall be:

‘For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 2 POUNDS ·” and the date of the year, and for the reverse either:

(a) an abstract depiction of a smallpox cell accompanied by a representation of the people who have benefited from vaccination with the inscription “EDWARD JENNER A VACCINE TO END SMALLPOX”. The coin shall have a grained edge and in incuse letters the inscription “· INNOVATION IN SCIENCE · JENNER” save for the gold and platinum coins where the incuse letters shall be accompanied by a plain edge; or

(b) a depiction of Tolkien’s monogram with the inscription “1892 JRR TOLKIEN 1973 WRITER · POET · SCHOLAR”. The coin shall have a grained edge and in incuse letters the inscription “· NOT ALL THOSE WHO WANDER ARE LOST” save for the gold and platinum coins where the incuse letters shall be accompanied by a plain edge; or

(c) a depiction of the Flying Scotsman with the inscriptions “FLYING SCOTSMAN LNER 4472” and “· 1923 – 2023 ·”. The coin shall have a grained edge and in incuse letters the inscription “· LIVE FOR THE JOURNEY” save for the gold and platinum coins where the incuse letters shall be accompanied by a plain edge.’

7. This Proclamation shall come into force on the ninth day of June Two thousand and twenty-two.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle this eighth day of June in the year of Our Lord Two thousand and twenty-two and in the seventy-first year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

 

 

 

 

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12 Responses to “UK: The Death of Fiat Currency – By Proclamation of the Queen of England ~ June 16, 2022”

  1. newensign says:

    The possible reason that this has been kept so quite is that the government, is still planning to get everyone on digital, as slaves are not allowed real money, all we get is debt notes (promise to pay the bearer) save for coinage. Real money is for the elites’ use! That’s why it was done by proclamation outside of Parliament to keep it hidden.
    The reason may also be, that because the new coins have been declared legal tender in sums stated, people may rush to the bank and demand gold & silver coins in exchange for their paper money!!
    No doubt, this was rushed out to counter the Russian brics and global reserve system. Not to mention the collapsing dollar to maintain the pound as a counterweight.

    • sovereigntea says:

      Being legal tender allows investors to pocket all of the gains tax free should the price of the metal rise as is likely.

      e.g.
      Gold Sovereigns are exempt from Capital Gains Tax due to their status as British legal tender, and UK investment gold is VAT-free. This makes these coins one of the most popular choices among UK investors.

      • newensign says:

        That is why Sovereigntea fiat and real money (gold and Silver) can’t live together. The real value of non-fiat money always remains the same and only fluctuates in exchange value as it is a commodity of value in its own right as a fixed quantity, so if a person offered you something for a pound gold coin and you didn’t think it’s worth it, you might say I’ll give you 1/2 Pound for it. Real money therefore adapts to the scarcity of commodities it can’t be inflated or deflated!

  2. Tapestry says:

    What happens when the price of silver shoots up to over £100 an ounce? A 12 gram coin, called a £2 coin, is worth not far off £6 as of now and would be worth over £30. Silver to gold is traditionally about 16 times the value of silver. An ounce of gold worth a pound of silver. (16 ounces to one pound – the derivation of the term pound, lira, livre etc meaning a pound in weight of sterling silver – 925 parts per 1000). The current ratio of gold to silver the market prices is 85 to 1. Silver is undervalued by six times relative to gold. The reason silver was removed from coinage was so that coinage and notes could deflate relative to goods and assets, enabling the insiders/bankers to pay less for what they acquired. In 1815 gold when paper money was first introduced (I promise etc) was worth £1 an ounce. It is now valued at £1500 an ounce – the true measure of inflation since paper currency was first introduced. Gold is too valuable for day to day transactions – like shopping for food and so on. Silver is a far more practical metal for coinage as is copper. It will obviously come rushing back into use one hyperinflation destroys the paper and the base metal coins. This will drive the silver price back to its historic levels over thousands of years. Historically silver should be about £90/100 an ounce at this point – not £18. Ounce in gram is about 31.1 grams.

    • newensign says:

      Quite true Tap, but that is when you are valuing gold and silver in terms of fiat non money. Its not gold going up in value but fiat money going down because of printing too much! It has been worked out that a quality man’s suit in terms of gold made in the USA and that in Rome in Caesar’s time were more or less the same. The value of gold has been manipulated my fraud by use of fiat money instead. The great American depression was caused by banks removing currency from circulation. The resources were still there – food left to rot and workers aplenty not employed all because of fiat currency going against the Biblical requirement of just weights and measures. I would agree if the resources are not there gold would be of no use. Money and Law (common) are 2 things most politicians will not talk about!

  3. sovereigntea says:

    With the exception of a few thousand very powerful people, the entire world’s population, all seven billion of us, are trapped … trapped into a criminal debt creating banking ‘system’ that has taken hundreds of years to perfect and to come to fruition. This ‘system’ results in enslavement and servitude. It creates dreadful unhappiness amongst ordinary decent people and causes wars, debt, starvation, pollution and environmental destruction. It feeds on greed, fear and division. It forces people onto the corporate treadmills of mass mindless production and mass mindless consumption. It uses lies, deception, intimidation and entrapment at all times. It is a system that is so clever and so cunning that most of the world is completely oblivious to its existence. It is a system that allows a few winners at the expense of a huge number of losers. It is a system that considers itself to be unbeatable and indestructible and is now so arrogant that it believes it can control everything and everyone on its terms. It is a system where psychopaths and sociopaths can flourish. And without question the centre of this system, the heart of this global corporate beast is the innocent sounding Square Mile known as the City of London.

    Put very simply, the banking dynasties, such as the House of Rothschild, control the political processes around the world to such an extent that their network of private central banks have the right to create money completely out of thin air and then charge interest on that ‘nothingness’. The polite term is ‘Fractional Reserve Lending’ but in reality it is just simple fraud. The result is that the whole world is currently drowning in a sea of fraudulent debt.

    https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/bankers-bradburys-carnage-and-slaughter-western-front

  4. Sabremesh says:

    Here’s an official link for anyone who’s curious.

    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/4083339

    More links here – worth rooting around in:

    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-notices

  5. Tapestry says:

    The price of gold can be manipulated but not by much I would think. Silver can sent all over the place as has happened. The price of gold relative to food e.g.loaf of bread would be the best indicator. Not something I have on my person right now…

  6. pete fairhurst says:

    Is there a source for this info? I’ve never heard of roserambles and that site doesn’t link to anything to back up their claim

    I’d be surprised if Privy Council minutes are available to the public tbh. I thought that it is strictly private to the Queen and her minions

    [Btw, the minions all swear an oath of loyalty to the Queen, ahead of ALL other loyalties too. This oath is a condition of joining the PC. So considering that they are mainly “elected” politicians then this is utterly incredible. So much for democracy]

    Can anyone enlighten me, am I missing something?

  7. danceaway says:

    Pete there are two links above from sovereigntea which take you to a government publication the Gazette.

    • pete fairhurst says:

      Thanks danceaway, I’ll have a look

      • pete fairhurst says:

        This proclamation by Bizzy Lizzy does NOT amount to “The Death of Fiat Currency” as the article claims. Gold coins are nothing new at all. Just because these new coins are to be minted does not mean the end of fiat currency at all. Fiat currency is the centrepiece of their ongoing ponzi scheme

        Are we to believe that everybody is going to have to carry precious metal around with them to shop? Not a chance of that surely. They are getting rid of cash to consolidate electronic fiat money aren’t they, not to abolish it

        The new Central Bank Digital Currency that they would like to implement will be fiat currency too surely? Is that to be replaced by these coins? I don’t think so

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