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Struck in 22 carat gold, this British coin features the famous St George and Dragon reverse by Benedetto Pistrucci. Gold Sovereign Jubilee also have the particularity to be less common, because they were only struck across a seven year period.
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This coin is the second version of the Queen Victoria gold sovereign. It first appeared for the Jubilee year of the Queen Victoria (1887). One of the most prestigious gold coin from the Victorian period.
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The obverse shows the bust of the Queen Victoria during her golden jubilee. The design was realised by the medalist and sculptor Joseph Edgar Boehm.
The reverse displays the traditional Benedetto Pistrucci design of St George slaying a dragon. The year of mintage and mint mark is indicated at the bottom of the coin
Gold sovereigns with the Victoria Jubilee Head portrait are a great choice for both investors and collectors for several reasons :
Like any british gold coin, Victorian gold sovereigns are exempt of Capital Gain Tax (CGT). Any profit will be tax free if you sell back these gold coins. Therefore, they are ideal for british investors.
The Royal Mint produced this gold coin not only in its London Branch. The Melbourne and Sydney mint participated in the mintage of theJubilee Head gold sovereigns.
All 3 branches produced this gold coin in lower quantity compared to other gold sovereigns from the Victorian era: 56,707,809 coins in total (1887-1893). This is lower than the Old Head Sovereign (78,094,271 coins from 1893 to 1901).
This gold coin celebrates the Golden Jubilee of the Queen Victoria. As can be seen, the coin features a new portrait of the Queen Victoria with her Small Diamond Crown. Joseph Edgar Boehm created this unique portrait. You can find more infos on the Design and History tabs.
Jubilee Gold Sovereign have a distinctive yellow colour. The Royal Mint added more silver to the coin’s alloy. This aimed to make the coin slightly softer and therefore easier to strike.
Buy a gold sovereign Victoria Jubilee Head is a great way to invest in a collectible item. In fact, a lot of varieties of this british gold coin exist. These include variations in the position of the legend (D:G: and the engravers initials J.E.B). You can find more details on Michael Marsh’s book, “the gold sovereign”
As early as 1879, the Queen Victoria discussed her original idea to update the design of her portrait in the circulating gold coins in UK. The queen asked the sculptor Joseph Edgar Boehm to design a new effigy of the Queen, which will be used on future silver and gold coins, including colonial gold. Boehm proceeded at a very slow pace, during several years. He made a large number of changes during the preparation of the new effigy. As the work was continuing to proceed at such a slow pace, the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria – from her accession to the throne in June 1887 – arrived. Hence, the introduction of a new coinage to coincide with the “Golden Jubilee” of Elizabeth II.
The second Queen Victoria Gold Sovereign first appeared in her Jubilee year of 1887. The Victoria Jubilee Head design was produced to celebrate queen Victoria Golden Jubilee, which represents the fiftieth year of Victoria’s reign. Above all, this design remained unchanged until 1993.
Other mint marks were available for the gold sovereign Jubilee Head, such as Melbourne and Sydney in Australia.
Although a widespread negative reaction by the public to the Jubilee Head design occurred, it has been regarded by collectors as another noble design in the British / Australian sovereign series.
Gold sovereigns coin are highly popular among investors because :
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22.05 mm / 1.52 mm
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7.32 grams ( 0.2354 troy ounce )
7.985 grams ( 0.2567 troy ounce )
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