UK Full Sovereign Gold Coin Edward VII 1902-1910
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Items can be posted to us - we recommend using Royal Mail Special Delivery service to ensure your goods are delivered securely. Alternatively, they can be brought into our secure showroom upon appointment.
Step 1: Download, print, and complete our 'Sell To Us' form and include this inside your parcel with your securely wrapped items.
Step 2: Send your parcel to Atkinsons, 202 Gracechurch Centre, The Parade, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B72 1PA. Royal Mail Special Delivery should be used to safely post your items. Parcels can be insured up to £2,500.00. Parcels with a value exceeding this should be split into packs each containing a value of less than £2,500.00.
Step 3: When your parcel has arrived with us, our purchasing team will contact you to agree the finalised price. Payment can then be made by bank transfer, with funds appearing in your account within 72 hours. There may be an option to have a same day payment subject to limits and cut off times (a charge of £25 is applicable). Personal cheques are also available if preferred.
If you have any further questions please contact one of our experienced team on 0121 355 0620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: Quotations are an indication of the price only, based on the current metal price. The actual price you receive will be based on the live metal price when we receive your items. All goods are tested to verify weight and purity.
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The first issue of coins bearing Edward VII were minted in 1902. Only one portrait was issued during his relatively short reign. The King faces to the right on these coins and they are stuck in medal alignment.
Although King Edward succeeded the throne in January 1901, sovereigns were still minted bearing his mother’s portrait for the remainder of that year. Edward reigned for less than a decade and only one portrait was issued. This portrait is of an uncrowned King.
The modern British sovereigns feature Benedetto Pistrucci's design depicting George & the Dragon on the reverse. They have been struck both at the Royal Mint and at branch mints since 1817.
- Each coin weighs 7.98g and is 916.7 22ct Gold.
- Dimensions: Diameter: 22.05mm Thickness: 1.52mm.
Coins were minted at 5 mint location. London, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Canada. The Canadian Mint opened towards the end of King Edward VII reign, in 1908, but they also produced Edward VII Sovereigns.
All sovereigns are identical with the exception of the small mint mark to identify where they were struck. The mint mark can be found on the reverse and is located under the George and the Dragon.
The Royal Mint