1902 Great Britain Gold 5 Pounds Edward VII MS-64 PCGS
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One of the finest currency issue 1902 5 Pounds available in the market! Although the reported mintage is around 20,000 pieces, a lot of them were melted down. This coin is graded as MS-64 by PCGS, which is an extremely hard grade to get for this type.
- Contains 1.1775 oz of Gold.
- Encapsulation by NGC guarantees and protects the MS-64 condition of the coin.
- Obverse: Portrait of King Edward VII.
- Reverse: Depicts the fantastic design of St. George slaying the dragon, by Pistrucci.
- KM 807; SCBC-3965; Friedberg 398.
Extremely rare in this quality!
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