George III Sovereign Information
Although there are not many Sovereign dates available from the rule of King George III he was the first monarch to appear on the modern itteration of the gold sovereign coin in 1817. Varying George III sovereign desgins can be difficult to find in a high grade above 'extremely fine' with prices for these gold coins being likely to exceed £1000. The 1819 George III sovereign coin is arguably the rarest and has been known to reach £50,000 in auction. If your looking to buy George III sovereign please view our dedicated page by clicking here.
The short history of George III Sovereigns
There are not many sovereign dates available for George III. King George was the first obverse design on the modern sovereign which was struck in 1817. Only 3 more years followed until he successor George IV acceded the throne.
Full List of Dates
|1817||First Head||3,235,000||See Page|
|1818||First Head||2,347,000||See Page|
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