British Gold Queen Victoria Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)

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British Gold Queen Victoria Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold Queen Victoria Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold Queen Victoria Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
British Gold Queen Victoria Sovereign (Circ, Dates Vary)
History
The British Sovereign is one of the most favorite and recognizable gold coins in the world. First struck in 1817, the coins were some of the most popular gold coins of the 19th Century.
The coins were created in 1838, after the ascension of a young Queen Victoria in 1837. The obverse of the coin depicts a bust of the young queen. It was designed by the famed coin designer William Wyon.
Design
The “Young Head” obverse design was struck from 1838 to 1887. During that you, a new portrait of Queen Victoria was created and dubbed the “Jubilee Head” in honor of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee (1837 – 1887) but the design was criticized and replaced in 1893 with the “Old Head” until Queen Victoria’s passing I n 1901.
The reverse depicts the royal coat of arms, surrounded by a wreath and legends in Latin. In 1871, the design by Benedetto Pistrucci of “Saint George Slaying the Dragon,” was restored and became symbolic of gold sovereigns worldwide.
The Gold Sovereigns were struck in 22 carat gold (.9167 Fine Gold), and each contains .2354 of a Troy Ounce of pure gold.
The coins are our choice of date and design, based on our available inventory on hand. These still are some of the most popular gold coins in the world today.
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Specifications
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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