British Royal Mint (Sovereign Coins)
British Royal Mint Gold Sovereign Coins - Since 650, coins have been minted in Great Britain, at that time in several mints across the country. Around 1540, the remaining mints closed and the Royal Mint was the only mint normally in operation. In 1663, striking coins by hand was finally abandoned with the introduction of screw presses and horse-drawn rolling mills!
It is clear that the Royal Mint has a long history of producing circulating coinage for Great Britain, and here you can find many examples of these coins! Among the products below, you will find a variety of conditions and designs, featuring several different monarchs!
To view available Gold Sovereign coins or to get Gold prices, click on the image representing the Gold coins of your interest:
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Each coin contains 0.2354 of an ounce of Gold. The obverse bears the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, and the reverse shows the classic depiction of St. George slaying a dragon all highlighted by th.... Read More
Each coin has a likeness of King Edward VII, and contains .2354 oz of Gold! The Gold coins in this listing will grade at least Almost Uncirculated. Edward was king for a relatively brief time; from 1.... Read More