Sell Victorian 'Young Head' Full Sovereign Coin - Mixed Dates

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Product Code: auco1947

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The Pre-Owned Victorian 'Young Head' Full Sovereign Coin features Benedetto Pistrucci's iconic reverse design depicting St George and the Dragon. The year of the coin also features.

The obverse of the coin depicts the 'Young Head' portrait of Queen Victoria by William Wyon RA. Coins were minted at the London, Melbourne and Sydney Mints.

  • Weighs 7.98g and is struck in 22ct gold, equalling 7.32g of Fine Gold Content.
  • Minted by The Royal Mint.
  • Struck to Bullion Standard.
  • VAT free and Capital Gains Tax Exempt.
  • Dimensions: Diameter: 22.05mm Thickness: 1.52mm.
  • Mixed dates.
Other Information:

The gold sovereign is one of Britain’s most famous coins, the first of which was minted in 1489 by King Henry VII. Due to its long history, the Sovereign is considered by many as the flagship coin of The Royal Mint.

These coins are mixed years between 1871-1887 and may carry different mint marks. Please note; when ordering quantities of this coin we cannot guarantee that all coins will be different dates/mint marks. We will do our best to send as many different dates/mint marks, but this may not always be possible. We cannot guarantee which of these dates you will receive.

The photographs show the type of coin you will receive, not the exact item.

Code auco1947
Metal Gold
Product Type Coin
Weight 7.98
Country United Kingdom
Manufacturer The Royal Mint
The Royal Mint
Fine Content 7.32
Condition Used
Fineness 916.7
Finish Bullion
Face Value £1
Diameter 22.05mm
Thickness 1.52mm