India 1918 Sovereign of George V MS-63 PCGS/NGC

Product Details

Tough to Find!
The British Royal Mint established a branch mint in India that endured for a little more than a year. The Bombay Mint issued these sovereigns with a small "I" mint mark during the final year of World War I, 1918. This coin is cataloged in Krause as KM#525A. This issue is difficult to find in mint state! Coins in this listing have been graded MS-63 by PCGS or NGC. Grading service of our choice and limited to stock on hand.


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Specifications

Product ID: 64280
Year: 1918
Grade: MS-63
Grade Service: Multiple
Denomination: Sovereign
Mint Mark: B - Bombay
Metal Content: 0.2354 troy oz
Purity: .9167
Manufacturer: Bombay Mint
Thickness: 1.5 mm
Diameter: 22 mm
Inner Pack: 1
Outer Pack: N/A
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