This coin belonged to my father, an avid coin collector who passed away last month. He was born in 1937, so cherished this coin above all others.... None of these gold coins were ever struck again for this monarch. It was the outbreak of the First World War that led Britain to replace gold coins in circulation with banknotes. However, in 1937, the coronation of King George VI was a perfect opportunity for a one-off striking of Britains four gold denominations.
28.4mm diameter x 2mm thickness. This is the actual photo of the coin.
The excellent condition in my opinion. The item "1937 KING GEORGE VI GOLD £2 COIN Double Sovereign Great Britain" is in sale since Saturday, August 24, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\British\George VI (1936-1952)\Sovereign".
The seller is "tedmund" and is located in Bristol, Avon. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.