Gold Sovereign Coin
Gold Sovereign Coin is one of the world’s most recognizable small gold bullion coins. Minted in large quantities in the United Kingdom by the Royal Mint and other mints worldwide this coin has iconic standing.
Because of this long history we narrow our emphasis to those British Gold Sovereigns minted during the time of Edward VI (1901 – 1910) and those minted during reign of George V (1910 – 1936). The front of both Edward and George sovereigns have the appropriate King’s picture and the reverse of these historic gold coins illustrate Saint George slaying the dragon along with the coin’s date.
Gold Sovereign Coin – The obverse of the British Sovereign gold coin portrays the reigning monarch (sovereign, hence the name) of the United Kingdom. The die cast is changed in-sync as the British monarchy changes.
Gold Sovereign Coin – The coin portrays Pistrucci St George, slaying the dragon. Saint George is the patron Saint of England and his slaying of the dragon is a thing of legend. The obverse also features the date of the gold bullion coin.