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Discover more information about British coinage, Britannias, soverreigns and Krugerrands. We cover everything from recent issues to old collectable and rare pieces.
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Lawrence Chard - 12 Feb 2018
Find out more about Victoria Young Head Shield sovereigns!
Lawrence Chard - 13 Feb 2018
Learn more about Victoria young head gold sovereigns, click in to read more......
Learn more about Victoria jubilee head sovereigns, click to read our article.
Find out more about Victoria Old Head sovereigns, click here to read on.....
Learn more about Edward VII sovereigns, simply click here to open the full article.
Learn more about George V gold sovereigns, click here to read on.......
Lawrence Chard - 15 Feb 2018
Click here to read more about Edward VIII sovereigns...
Learn more about George VI sovereigns. Click here to read on......
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Lawrence Chard - 26 May 2017
Since 1871, British sovereigns were struck at branch mints, in addition to The Royal Mint in London. Sydney, Melbourne, Pretoria, Bombay and Ottawa soon followed.
Ian Davis - 26 May 2017
We have provided pages on this site about the branch mints, which operated and struck sovereigns from 1871 to 1932.The history of the Royal Mint in London is a little longer..
The Sydney branch mint in Australia issued sovereigns for The Royal Mint between 1855 and 1926.
Since 1871, British sovereigns were struck at branch mints, in addition to the Royal Mint in London. Sydney was first to follow then Melbourne.......
The Perth Mint in Western Australia started production of gold sovereigns in 1899.
The Canadian Mint at Ottawa only struck gold sovereigns for ten years between 1908 and 1919.
All of these are scarce, some rare, and two of the dates are extremely rare.
The Pretoria mint in South Africa started producing sovereigns in 1923 and continued until 1932.
The Bombay mint struck gold sovereigns in 1918 for one year only.........
Lawrence Chard - 1 Dec 2020
The gold two pound coin, or double sovereign, was first introduced in modern times in 1820, three years after the introduction of the modern full sovereign.
Lawrence Chard - 1 Mar 2018
The RMS Douro sank in 1882 off Cape Finesterre, taking with it a hoard of gold coins, gold bars and beautiful Brazilian diamonds...
Adam Hopkin - 14 May 2020
The third branch mint to be opened by the royal mint, the Australian Perth Mint opened its doors in 1899, following the success of the sister sites in Sydney and Melbourne,
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