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Gold Sovereign Coin (King George V)
King George V Gold Sovereign, 7.98 gram 22 carat Gold Coin dated between 1911 and 1932.
In stock, dispatched 27/05/2013 1
Gold Sovereign Coin (King George V) Information
Dated between 1911 and 1932, the George V Gold Sovereign Coin was minted in the United Kingdom by the Royal Mint and across the commonwealth in Canada, Australia India and South Africa.
Each George V Gold Sovereign features the traditional Geroge and Dragon design on the reverse, of which there are two slightly differing variations. The obverse design depicting the distinctive King George V bust again appears in one of two design variations.
King George V Gold Sovereign Coin Specification
|Year of Issue||Weight||Gold Purity||Diameter||Actual Gold Content|
|1911 - 1932||7.98 grams||91.67% (22 carat)||22.05mm||7.315 grams|
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Your Gold Sovereign Coin (King George V) will be dispatched, fully insured in a sealed, fully secure, nondescript package, there are no identifiable markings to suggest the contents.
Your products will be securely sealed with a secondary internal packet, then again within a further plastic sleeve.
A certificate of authenticity to guarantee both the weight and purity of the metal and a receipt for your goods is also included with each and every order.
Please Note: Packaging and design may vary from the image shown.
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