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2024 Sovereign Gold Coin - King Charles III

2024 Sovereign Gold Coin - King Charles III

Struck to bullion standard, the 2024 Sovereign Gold Coin - by the Royal Mint features His Majesty King Charles III on its obverse.

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Reverse side of the 2022 Memorial Sovereign Gold Coin featuring the Royal Arms

2022 Memorial Sovereign Gold Bullion Coin

This gold sovereign is a memorial edition, struck to a bullion standard, to honour the life and legacy of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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Reverse side of the 2022 Memorial Sovereign Gold Coin featuring the Royal Arms

2022 Memorial Sovereign Gold Proof Coin

The 2022 Memorial Sovereign Gold Proof Coin is struck to proof standard with an exceptionally detailed finish and unrivalled accuracy.

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Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign | Fifth Effigy

Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign Gold Coin - Best Value

The Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign minted by The Royal Mint is a gold coin of the United Kingdom. It has a nominal value of one pound sterling, but in practice is used as a bullion coin.

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Half Sovereign Gold Coin - Best Value

The Half Sovereign Gold Coin is minted by the Royal Mint and is a gold coin of the United Kingdom. This historical coin represents Britain’s power and wealth and is struck in 22 carat gold.

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Sovereign Elizabeth II Pre-decimal Gold Coin

Queen Elizabeth II Pre-decimal Gold Sovereign

Denomination: 1 British Pound

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Obverse side of the Double Sovereign Gold Coin

Queen Elizabeth II Double Sovereign Gold Coin

The Double Sovereign minted by The Royal Mint is a gold coin of the United Kingdom. It has a nominal value of two pounds sterling, but in practice is used as a bullion coin.

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Obverse of the Edward VII Sovereign Gold Coin featuring a portrait of Edward VII

King Edward VII Sovereign Gold Coin

Our Gold Sovereigns featuring King Edward VII are 22 carat gold and free from Capital Gains Tax, which makes it an attractive gold coin to hold for UK investors.

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The obverse side of the King George V Sovereign Gold Coin

King George V Sovereign Gold Coin

The Gold Sovereign for King George V was minted from 1911-1932. These British Gold Sovereigns were the last ones to be in circulation until the year Britain left the gold standard.

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Obverse of The Victoria Jubilee Head Sovereign Gold Coin featuring Queen Victoria

Victoria Jubilee Head Sovereign Gold Coin

These best value coins feature the jubilee head portrait of Queen Victoria on the obverse, with the St George and the Dragon gracing the reverse. They were struck between 1887 and 1893 and various years are available.

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Obverse side of the Victoria Old Head Sovereign Gold Coin

Victoria Old Head Sovereign Gold Coin

The Victoria Old Head Sovereign was introduced in 1893 and was produced until her death in 1901. This prestigious sovereign shows the third and final Queen Victoria portrait which is sometimes referred as the “Old Head”.

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Obverse side of the Victoria Young Head Sovereign Gold Coin

Victoria Young Head Sovereign Gold Coin

The Victoria Young Head Sovereign Gold Coin was first chartered by Henry VII in 1489. Its original design showed the King in full coronation regalia and on the reverse, the Tudor Rose, a reference to the union between the houses of Lancaster and York. The Victoria Young Head Sovereign was produced between 1838 and 1887.

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Gold Sovereign Coins

Since 1817, the reverse of all sovereign coins have borne the image of St George and the Dragon. Benedetto Pistrucci, the Italian gem engraver was responsible for the design of St. George and the Dragon for sovereign coins. He rejected the traditional medieval interpretations of St. George which showed him adorned in heavy chainmail, instead preferring a bare, strong and powerful Greek interpretation. Pistrucci’s design is widely regarded as the quintessential depiction of the saint.

The status of the British sovereign gold coin as British legal tender means they are exempt from Capital Gains Tax, and as such they are one of the most sought-after investment coins with UK investors and collectors of precious metals. All gold sovereign coins are struck in 22-carat gold and come in standard, quintuples, double, half and quarter sizes, offering flexibility for investors seeking physical gold in different sized units.

In an ever-fluctuating market, the gold content of sovereign coins remains a steadfast anchor, mirroring the prevailing price of gold and providing stability in uncertain times. Whether acquired for their historical significance or their intrinsic value as gold bullion coins, the gold sovereign stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of investing in gold and the enduring legacy of British coinage.

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