British Gold King Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)

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British Gold King Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold King Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold King Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold King Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Sovereigns are some of the most recognizable gold coins ever struck. Considering that they have been continuously available to collectors since the early 19th Century, it is no surprise they are so well-known.
The coins typically portray the then-reigning monarch on the obverse surrounded by a Latin inscription declaring their royal title. Since the 20th Century all of the kings of Great Britain have used the “Saint George Slaying the Dragon” reverse as it represents the struggle of good over evil. That design has been synonymous with England since the times of ancient Rome.
During the modern sovereign period (1817 to present) the two longest reigning monarchs were Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II who served 63 years (Victoria) and 70 years (Elizabeth).
During this  same period, the following Kings served as monarch:
  • King Edward VII
  • King George V
  • King Edward VIII
  • King George VI
  • King Charles III
This listing is for British Sovereigns that would portray a King as the monarch. They will be chosen by us, based on our current inventory holdings.
These coins are all struck in 22 carat gold (.9167 Fine), and each contains .2354 of a Troy Ounce of pure gold.
This is a great way to acquire gold sovereigns honoring the reign of a King of England.
Simply click the “Add to Cart” button now or call 1-800-880-4653 to speak to one of our highly trained numismatists, who will be very happy to assist you.
Year Various
Denomination 1 Sovereign
Grade NA
Country Great Britain
Grading Service NA
Weight 0.2354 Troy Ounce
Fineness .9167 Fine Gold
Diameter 22.05 mm
Manufacturer The Royal Mint

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