1911-1932 Great Britain King George V Gold Sovereign


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From Henry VII in 1849 to George the V, the gold Sovereign has been recognized as a premier gold coin. Although the Sovereign bore no denomination, it was struck throughout the British Empire in 22k gold and weighed 7.9 grams, becoming the world's most trusted coin.

  • Struck in 91.6% pure gold
  • Obverse displays the portrait of King George V
  • Reverse features St. George and the dragon (considered a masterpiece of coinage art)
  • Preferred Uncirculated condition

Gold Sovereigns are in great demand, as they are among the last coins to portray a British king. Round out your collection with this rarely seen masterpiece struck over 75 years ago!