|Grade Service:||PCGS &/or NGC|
|Mint Mark:||I - Bombay|
|Metal Content:||0.2354 troy oz|
Tough one-year type Sovereigns struck at the branch mint in Bombay, India that endured for a little over a year. The examples in this listing will be graded MS-64 by PCGS or NGC; our choice.
- Contains .2354 oz actual Gold weight.
- Each coin has been certified and will be in protective plastic holder by PCGS or NGC.
- Obverse: Depicts the bust of King George V.
- Reverse: Features a rendition of St. George mounted on horseback slaying a dragon, designed by Benedetto Pistrucci.
- Minted at the British Royal Mint branch in Bombay, India.
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It is easy to see why the Gold British Sovereign is one of the most popular Gold coins in the world. As this Sovereign was struck in India for only one year, this coin is highly sought after by collectors! Add one of these historic Indian Gold Sovereign coins to your cart today!
Cataloged in Krause as KM #525A.
This examples in this listing will be graded MS-64 by PCGS or NGC; our choice as determined by available inventory.
The British Royal Mint established a branch mint in India that endured for a little over one year. The Bombay Mint issued these sovereigns with a distinctive 'I' mintmark located just beneath St. George on the reverse, and issued during the final year of World War I, 1918. This issue is difficult to find in high grades!