2020 British Gold Sovereign (BU)
The British Gold Sovereign has long been considered the flagship of the Royal Mint.
The first gold sovereign was in 1489. Henry VII utilized these coins to showcase his wealth and the tradition was born. Succeeding monarchs continued by striking new sovereigns during their reigns, as well, to include Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. After Elizabeth I's death, James I ceased mintage, choosing to strike other gold coins instead. The sovereign returned after the Napoleonic War.
Once again, production ceased during WWI and it wasn't until 1957 when production began anew.