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Intrinsic Value Per Coin
£303.50
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Surcharge Per Coin
£51.00
Estimated UK Delivery
£20.00

UK Sovereign Collection - 50 Coins

We have hand-picked a selection of 50 sovereigns to feature in this bundle, all individually graded by our in-house expert numismatists.

This bundle is suited to the traditional gold investor or collector wishing to diversify their portfolio into historic and collectable sovereigns. No coin is repeated twice, each being a unique combination of year and mintmark.

Our numismatic coins are priced starting with a premium over spot before adding a fixed value 'collectors’ surcharge', which differentiates the coins from their bullion counterparts. The collectors surcharge has been reduced by over 25% down from £3,450 to £2,550 when compared to buying the individual coins.

Please note these coins are sold separately in protective capsules.

£22,277.58

(VAT Exempt)

£445.55

(Per Coin)
Totals are approximate until metal prices are confirmed on the next LBMA fix.

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Graded Sovereigns

Please note buy back rates on numismatic graded coins vary considerably from dealer to dealer depending on stock levels, market conditions, changing fashions and tastes. If you would prefer cheaper sovereigns with a tighter buy-sell spread, then we would recommend our bullion sovereigns.

If there is a specific dated sovereign you are looking for, then please browse through our online sovereign catalogue.

Obverse

The obverse will vary depending on the monarch. Sovereigns from the reigns of Victoria, Edward VII and George V will be issued in this bundle.

Reverse

The reverse will either show the classic depiction of Saint George slaying the dragon or the Victorian shield, depending on the particular coin. 

Specification

MetalGold
Diameter22.05mm
Weight / SizeFull
Gold Weight Troy Ounces11.771
Silver Weight Troy Ounces0
Fineness / Carat0.917 / 22
Obverse DesignerAssorted
Reverse DesignerAssorted
Mint / BrandAssorted
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Product Summary
1871 Gold Sovereign Victoria Young Head Shield London gFine VF Second (Larger) Head WW in Relief

The 1871 British sovereign were minted in both London and Sydney. The London mint sovereign have the initials WW raised. This can be seen on the Young Head portrait on the obverse of the coin. Sydney sovereigns have the mintmark 'S' and London sovereigns have a die number: both are situated above the floral emblem.

1877 Gold Sovereign Victoria Young Head Shield Sydney gFine VF Second (Larger) Head WW in Relief

This 1877 sovereign was issued by the Sydney mint this is shown by the letter S below the shield. The obverse features a Young Head portrait of Queen Victoria.

1887 Gold Sovereign Victoria Jubilee Head Melbourne gFine Type A

1887 Melbourne mint sovereign featuring the Victoria jubilee head obverse and St George and the Dragon reverse. 

1893 Gold Sovereign Victoria Jubilee Head Sydney Fine gFine

1892 Victoria Jubilee Head sovereign from the Sydney mint in Australia. This 22 carat gold coin bears the classic St George and Dragon reverse.

1893 Gold Sovereign Victoria Jubilee Head Melbourne gFine

This 1893 sovereign was struck at the Melbourne Mint in Australia. The coin features the jubilee head obverse and St George and the Dragon reverse.

1894 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Sydney gVF

This 1894 Victoria Old Head Sydney mint sovereign features Pistrucci's St George and the Dragon engraving on the reverse.

1896 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Melbourne VF

This 1896 Victoria sovereign was minted in Australia at the Melbourne Mint. The 'M' mintmark can be found on the St George and the Dragon reverse. The obverse features the veiled head portrait of Queen Victoria.

1898 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Melbourne VF

This 1898 British sovereign was minted at the Melbourne Mint in Australia. The coin features the veiled head obverse and St. George and the Dragon reverse.

1899 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Perth gFine

This is the 1899 Perth Mint Victoria sovereign. It is the first date Perth Mint coins were released. The coin features the veiled head of Queen Victoria.

1899 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Sydney gVF

1899 Victoria British sovereign issued at the Sydney mint in Australia. This 22 carat gold coin features the famous St George and the Dragon design on the reverse.

1899 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Melbourne gVF

This 1899 sovereign was produced at the Melbourne mint in Australia. The coin features the St George and the Dragon reverse, as well as the Thomas Brock 'veiled head' portrait of Queen Victoria on the obverse.

1899 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head London gVF

This 1899 Victoria gold sovereign was minted at The Royal Mint in London. Struck in 22 carat fineness, this gold coin features the veiled (widow) head obverse and the St George and the Dragon reverse.

This British sovereign coin has been graded good Very Fine, gVF. As British legal currency, this coin is exempt from capital gains tax.

1900 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Melbourne gVF

This Melbourne mint sovereign was issued in 1900. The coin features Queen Victoria on the obverse, with St George and the Dragon on the reverse.

1901 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Perth gVF

This 1901 Victoria veiled head gold sovereign comes from the Perth Mint. The 'P' mint mark can be seen on the St George and the Dragon reverse.

1901 Gold Sovereign Victoria Old Head Melbourne aEF

Buy the 1901 Melbourne mint Victoria Old Head sovereign. This was the last year that sovereigns were issued for Queen Victoria. The coins shows the veiled head obverse and the St George and the Dragon reverse.

1906 Gold Sovereign Edward VII Melbourne VF

Issued by the Melbourne mint in Australia, this 1906 Edward VII sovereign is struck in 22 carat gold and features the iconic engraving of St George and the Dragon by Benedetto Pistrucci.

1908 Gold Sovereign Edward VII Sydney VF

1908 Edward VII British sovereign struck in Sydney, Australia. This coin bears Pistrucci's engraving of St George and the Dragon and is struck in 22 carat gold.

1909 Gold Full Sovereign Edward VII Melbourne Mint aEF

The 1909 gold full sovereign features the classic st geroge and the dragon reverse design by Benedetto Pistrucci, with the contemporary obverse showing the Bare Head portrait of King Edward VII by G.W. De Saulles. 

In 1909, The Royal Mint in London, and the Australian mints in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, and the Ottawa Mint in Canada all issued sovereigns.

The Mintmark of the Melbourne Mint is displayed above the date on the reverse. 

1911 Gold Sovereign George V Canada gVF

In 1911, sovereigns were issued at the Royal Mint, London, and at Melbourne, Perth and Sydney in Australia, and also Ottawa in Canada. This 1911 George V sovereign is from Canada, and features the "C" mintmark on the reverse.

1911 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne gVF

The 1911 George V sovereign features the new bust of George V on the obverse, generally referred to as the first, large portrait. The 1911 George V sovereign, Melbourne Mint, has a mintage of 2,851,451 and has the mintmark M on the reverse, just above the date on the ground. 

1911 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney gVF

This 1911 George V sovereign is struck in 22 carat gold. This British gold coin was minted in Sydney and bears the engraving of St George and Dragon by Pistrucci.

1912 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne gVF

This 1912 George V sovereign was minted at the Melbourne Mint in Australia. St George slaying the Dragon can be seen on the reverse.

1913 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne gVF

This 1913 sovereign was issued by the Mellbourne mint, one of the Australian branches of the Royal Mint. This is an original 22 carat gold coin with a portrait of King George on the obverse and the classic St George and the Dragon engraving on the reverse.

1913 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney gVF

This 1913 George V sovereign was minted in Sydney, Australia. This 22 carat gold British coin bears Pistrucci's St George and Dragon engraving on the reverse.

1913 Gold Sovereign George V Perth VF

This 1913 George V sovereign was minted in Perth Australia. Struck in 22 carat gold, this British sovereign feature Benedetto Pistrucci's iconic engraving of St George and the Dragon.

1918 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1918 coin was issued at the Perth Mint in Australia, this is shown by the letter "P" underneath the neckline of King George V on the obverse of the coin.

1913 Gold Sovereign George V London gVF

This 1913 George V coin was minted at The Royal Mint in London. The reverse bears the iconic St George and Dragon engraving by Benedetto Pistrucci.

1914 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne aEF

This 1914 George V gold sovereign coin was issued by the Melbourne mint in Australia. This 22 carat gold coin features a portrait of the king on the obverse with the classic St George and Dragon engraving on the reverse.

1914 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney gVF

This 1914 George V sovereign was issued by the Sydney mint and is struck in 22 carat gold. This British sovereign features the traditional St George and Dragon engraving by Pistrucci.

1914 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1914 gold sovereign coin was issued by the Perth branch of The Royal Mint. This British coin is struck in 22 carat gold and features the engraving of St George and Dragon by Benedetto Pistrucci.

1915 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney VF

This 1915 George V sovereign was minted in Sydney Australia. Struck in 22 carat gold, this British coin bears the famous St George and Dragon engraving.

1915 Gold Sovereign George V London gVF

This 1915 George V gold sovereign was minted in London. The reverse of this British coin features an engraving of St George & Dragon by Benedetto Pistrucci.

1915 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1915 George V sovereign was issued by the Perth Mint in Australia. This British coin is struck in 22 carat gold and features the iconic St George and Dragon engraving on the reverse.

1915 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne aEF

This 1915 gold sovereign coin was produced at the Melbourne Mint, Australia, this is shown by appearance of a letter "M" just below the neck line of George V on the obverse of the coin.

1916 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1916 George V Gold Sovereign coin was issued by the Perth Mint, Australia. This 22 carat gold coin features Benedetto Pistrucci's classic St George and Dragon engraving.

1916 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney gVF

This 1916 George V sovereign was issued by the Sydney mint in Australia. This British 22 carat gold coin displays the classic engraving of St George and Dragon by Pistrucci on the reverse.

1917 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne gVF

This gold sovereign was minted in 1917 at the Melbourne Mint. The mint mark can be seen on the reverse of the coin, above the date.

 

1917 Gold Sovereign George V Sydney gVF

1917 George V sovereign struck in 22 carat gold and minted in Sydney, Australia. This British coin bears the classic Pistrucci engraving of St George and Dragon.

1918 Gold Sovereign George V Bombay VF

Authenticated and graded by our expert numismatists, this George V sovereign was struck in the Bombay mint in India. This 22 carat gold coin bears the iconic St George and the Dragon engraving by Benedetto Pistrucci.

This coin has been graded Very Fine and comes with a capsule.

1921 Gold Sovereign George V Perth VF

This 1921 sovereign was minted at the Perth mint. The "P" mint mark can be found at the bottom of the St George and the dragon reverse. The obverse features the "large head" George V portrait.

1922 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1922 sovereign was minted at the Perth mint. The "P" mint can be found at the bottom of the St George Reverse. The obverse show the "large head" portrait of George V.

1923 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1923 sovereign was minted at the Perth mint in Australia. The "P" mint mark can be found at the bottom of St George reverse. The obverse Shows the "large head" portrait of King George V.

1925 Gold Sovereign George V South Africa gVF

The 1872 gold sovereign displays the young head portrait of Queen Victoria by William Wyon on the obverse. The reverse of the coin features the shield design by Jean Baptiste Merlen.

1925 Gold Sovereign George V Melbourne gVF

This 1925 sovereign was minted at the Melbourne mint. The "M" mint mark can be found at the bottom of the St George reverse. The obverse features the "Large head" George V portrait.

1925 Gold Sovereign George V London gVF

This 1925 George V sovereign is minted in London and is struck in 22 carat gold. The reverse bears Benedetto Pistrucci's traditional St George and Dragon engraving.

We try to maintain a stock of all dates of gold sovereigns, because 1925 is one of the more interesting dates of George V, we make an extra effort to ensure that we have some in stock.

1926 Gold Sovereign George V South Africa gVF

This 1926 gold sovereign was minted in Pretoria, South Africa. Struck from 22 carat gold, the coin features George V on the obverse and St George and the Dragon on the reverse.

1927 Gold Sovereign George V South Africa gVF

This 1927 George V sovereign in 'good very fine' condition makes a great present. 

Struck in 22 carat gold, this coin is exempt from capital gains tax and is classed as British legal currency.  

1930 Gold Sovereign George V Perth gVF

This 1930 sovereign was minted by the Perth Mint in Australia. The obverse features the smaller head portrait of King George V.

1931 Gold Sovereign George V Perth aVF

This 1931 sovereign was minted by the Perth Mint in Australia. The 'P' mintmark can be found on the reverse. The obverse features the smaller head portrait of King George V.

1932 Gold Sovereign George V South Africa VF

We keep 1932 sovereigns in stock for immediate delivery. We try to maintain a stock of all dates of gold sovereigns, but 1932 was the last date for George V.

Not every date exists for gold sovereigns.There were none issued for Edward VIII, and none for George VI, except for those in the 4-coin gold sets issued for the Coronation in 1937. Similarly none were issued for Elizabeth II until 1957, so that 1932 was the last date of sovereign to be issued for a quarter of a century.

Terms & Delivery

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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their precious metal content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.

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All investment products are based on the live precious metal price. Prices will be fixed once the item has been added to the basket and recalculates just before checking out. 

If your product is not a graded coin and is considered a bullion item it should be noted that these are bought and sold on low premiums over their precious metal content and not solely for aesthetic purposes, therefore some products may have edge knocks and/or marks. These edge knocks and marks do not alter the specifications of the coins.

Please note that all investment products are exempt from the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 and therefore customers do not have the right to cancel their order once the order has been accepted. If customers no longer wish to go ahead with their investment purchase, there is an option to sell the products back to Chard (1964) Ltd instead. View our current buy back prices.

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We aim to dispatch orders within 48 hours of receiving cleared funds. Our standard delivery methods are as follows

Orders over £60 - Fully Insured Delivery.

  • Within the UK and BFPO - Next day fully insured and tracked. Delivery starts from £6. 
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Orders under £60

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We offer fully insured delivery on all special delivery options. We do need to pass on the cost of this insurance as it soon adds up shipping high value gold and silver products. 

  • Orders < £1500 there is no additional fee
  • Orders > £1500 we charge a fee in order to cover the increasing costs of insurance. For every £1500 we apply a £1 fee. 

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