1909 Royal Mint King Edward VII St George and the Dragon Gold Full Sovereign Coin. Metal: Solid 22 Carat Gold.Weight: 7.98 Grams / Diameter: 22.05mm. Presented: Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as MS62.
In 1909 the Royal Mint released an Edward VII St George and the Dragon Gold Full Sovereign Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold and has been Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as MS62. The Sovereign, deliberately created to convey the majesty and dignity of the English Throne, was first struck as a coin in 1489, during the reign of King Henry VII and was duly struck in turn by each of the Tudor Monarchs. Shortly after the Stuart succession, however, James I brought the issue of the Sovereign to an end and it did not reappear for another 200 years.The Coinage reform that followed the Napoleonic Wars brought the return of this magnificent coin and for the new Gold Sovereign of 1817, the traditional heraldic reverse was abandoned in favour of a St George and Dragon of classic beauty by Benedetto Pistrucci. Now acclaimed as a masterpiece of numismatic art and famed throughout the world, Pistrucci's St George graces the Gold Full Sovereign of 1909. The obverse features the Bare Head Portrait of King Edward VII.
Why is a Certified coin a better investment? PCGS & NGC are the main two impartial Numismatic Grading Services in the world and is a guarantee that the coin is genuine and has been graded accurately and professionally. The sonically sealed solid plastic slabb is individually numbered so that the details of the coin(s) can be verified on a central database, and is also tamperproof.
The item "1909 Great Britain Edward VII St George Gold Full Sovereign Coin PCGS MS62" is in sale since Saturday, August 31, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\UK (Great Britain)\Gold". The seller is "thelondoncoincompany" and is located in London.
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