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British sovereigns, or Kings, are perhaps the most widely recognized gold coins in the world. In Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition they are ideal for investors and collectors alike, offering all the benefits of gold bullion plus limited supply, constant collector demand, financial privacy, and extra premium potential because of scarcity.
Minted from 1902 to 1910, Edward VII sovereigns are many times scarcer than the extremely popular George V design that followed them. However, they're trading for virtually the same price as the later coins, making them an outstanding value in the current gold market. Highly recommended!
The Sporting King
The design features a portrait of Edward VII, who ruled from 1901 to 1910. The eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, he was known as "the sporting king." The reverse depicts the mythical slaying of the dragon by St. George. The coins themselves are a beautiful yellow-gold color, rather than the orange-gold of the later George V issue. The strikes are excellent with sharp relief in all devices.
True scarcity, great value. Many times scarcer than the ever-popular George V sovereigns, they are trading for almost the same price, making them a great value.
Better than bullion. All the benefits of gold bullion plus extra benefits like limited supply, collector demand, complete financial privacy, and extra premium potential because of scarcity.
Constant demand. British sovereigns, or Kings, are perhaps the most widely recognized and traded gold coins in the world.
Britain Sovereign, Edward VII
oz. pure gold
Weight: 7.9881 grams