The Laurel was struck between 1619 - 1625. Each coin has been hammered out by hand
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"The Laurel was struck between 1619-1625 and replaced the Unite, with a value of 20 shillings, you could say it was a sovereign. All hammered gold coins are rare and these are no exception. Each coin has been individually hammered out by hand which is the reason for the thinness of the coin and the name hammered gold. So please take this opportunity while you can. The coins are in fine to very fine condition."
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As one of the UK's leading precious metal dealers, the Gold Bullion Company are able to offer extremely competitive rates to customers wishing to sell their gold and silver products.
If your James I Laurel was purchased from us, we are currently paying:
95% of spot
If your James I Laurel was NOT purchased from us, we would still be happy to purchase it at the following rate:
95% of spot
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