1925 Full Gold Sovereign
Struck at the Royal Mint London
Not every date exists for gold sovereigns. The London mint virtually stopped producing sovereigns after 1916, except for 1925.
From 1917, the branch mints continued to issue most of the sovereign production. In 1925 a total of five mints issued sovereigns, London, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, and Pretoria mint South Africa.
- Struck in 22 carat gold
- Minted to bullion standard
- The obverse bears the portrait of George V
- Features the classic reverse design of St George and the dragon
- You will receive the exact pictured coin
|0.9167 (7.3224 Gold content)
|22 carat gold
|Edgar Bertram Mackennal
|Supplied in Lighthouse Coin Capsule
|Royal Mint London
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