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With Edward VII Gold Sovereigns you know you are buying one of the best investment coins at incredible price. This coin weighs 7.98g for a purity of 0.917 (22 carats gold).
The Edward VII Sovereign are far less common than gold sovereign from succeeding monarchs George V or Elizabeth II.
This item is a selection of mixed dates, from 1902 – 1910 of the highest quality.
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The Edward VII Full Gold Sovereign is ideal to buy as a gift or for investment purposes.
The Coin features the portrait of the former Monarch Edward VII. During the reign of this monarch, the Royal Mint produced this gold coin in its main London mint as well as in the Australian branches.
This product is a mixed selection of random years ( 1902 – 1910).
Free of Capital Gain Tax (CGT)
The obverse display the portrait of the king Edward VII facing right. The legend ” EDWARDVS VII D: G: BRITT: OMN: REX F: D: IND: IMP: ” surrounds the portrait of the monarch. The obverse design of Edward VII sovereign was created by the Royal Mint engraver George William De Saulles.
The reverse displays the all time classic design of Benedetto Pistruccci: St George knight slaying a dragon. This design was suggested by the artist himself as a way to celebrate Britain’s victory over Napoleon’s army in the battle of Waterloo. Under the design is also mentioned the mintmark and the year of issue.
The 1910 Edward VII gold sovereign is specific because of its narrow toothed borders, which distinguish it from previous years.
Edward VII gold sovereigns are a great choice for british investors. Like any british gold coin, they are exempt of Capital Gain Tax (CGT). Any profit will be tax free if you sell back these gold coins.
Compared to other british monarchs, Edward VII was king of England for a brief period of time (1902 – 1910). Therefore, Edward VII gold sovereign are difficult to find compared to other gold sovereigns.
The australian issue of this gold sovereign (Melbourne and Sydney mint) are the rarest and most wanted by collectors.
Gold sovereign are among the most trusted gold coins by investors in the bullion market. They are a great option to hold physical gold in smaller units.
Edward VII was crowned in 1902 and remained on the throne until his death in 1910. The gold sovereign Edward VII was minted during this period (1902 – 1910). They were first struck in 1902, after a Royal proclamation was issued on December 10th, 1901.
Edward VII gold sovereign were struck by five branch of the Royal Mint: London (UK), Melbourne, Sydney, Perth (Australia) and Ottawa (Canada). Few gold sovereigns Edward VII from 1908 to 1911 were minted at the Ottawa mint in Canada, using gold mined in the Yukon and British Columbia. These coins tend to be very scarce, because of their low mintage (less than 45 000 coins strucked). Only 646 sovereigns were minted in 1908, making this a highly sought after year.
Most of the sovereign Edward VII tend to be quite worn, because they were used as pound coins and circulated until the First World War.
Full gold sovereign are very popular in the market for several reasons.
Intrinsic value of their precious metal content.
Additional profit potential due to their aesthetic and historical appeal.
Capital Gain Tax Free, VAT Free
|Purity / Carat|
22.05 mm / 1.52 mm
|Precious metal content||
7.32 grams ( 0.2354 troy ounce )
7.985 grams ( 0.2567 troy ounce )
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