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Total Price Each
|1 - 19||$23.16||$316.28|
|20 - 39||$19.64||$312.76|
|40 - 99||$16.12||$309.24|
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Money Metals Exchange is pleased to offer British Sovereigns gold bullion coins- one of the least expensive ways to buy fractional sized gold bullion coins. British Gold Sovereigns are one of the most recognized gold bullion coins around the world. The first of these gold sovereigns were minted in 1817 and they remain in production today!
The British Sovereign (containing .2354 troy ounces of gold content) can generally be purchased for less than half the premium of the similar sized 1/4 ounce gold American Eagle. You won't find a better buy for gold coins with this great combination of small size and recognizability.
ABOUT THE DESIGN
Monarch of England (obverse) - Since its creation, the British Gold Sovereigns changed its obverse image depending on who reigned over England at that time. (King William IV, Queen Victoria, King George IV and Queen Elizabeth II)
St. George (reverse) - Royal Mint coin engraver Benedetto Pistrucci created this powerful image of St. George in battle armor slaying a large dragon.
If you're looking for a different gold coin to invest in, take a look at what we have to offer here. You will be sure to find the right gold coin to add to your stack.
|Gold Weight:||.2354 ounces|
|Year:||1817 - Present|
|Purity:||91.667% (22 karat)|
|Reverse:||Saint George and the Dragon|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $285.79 each and we will buy up to 10 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
Learn more about the process for selling to us here.
By on November 30th, 2016
I am a big fan of these coins for both the historical and antique value at a price that I don't think included these intangibles. What a bargain!!
By Miriam H. on September 26th, 2016
I bought one coin because that was all I could afford. I received an 1889 coin with Queen Victoria on it. It had minor dings on it like the one pictured - they are going at a lower premium, being sold for gold value rather than as a collectible coin, but it was neat to get such an old coin. It is about the size of a nickel.