Nice, certified AU Sovereigns from Australia. The last time King Edward VII appears on the obverse of the Gold sovereign was 1910, so even the newest coin bearing his image is over 100 years old! After ruling for just over 9 years, his likeness was replaced with that of his son, who would reign as King George V. The classic design of St. George slaying a dragon appears on the reverse. Gold content of this coin is .2354 of an ounce. These coins bear the mintmark of either Melbourne, Perth or the Sydney Mint, and are grade at least AU-50 by NGC. Dates (1902-1910) of our choice. KM#15.
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|Mint Mark:||M, P, or S|
|Metal Content:||0.2354 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Melbourne, Perth, or Sydney Mint|