For investors and collectors looking for truly unique coins the Great Britain Gold Sovereign Coins are now available online through Wallace Precious Metals.
The British Empire which at one point ruled half of the world traces the roots of its coinage to the Celtic period which was brought in from Belgic (north France). The earliest old british coins were minted around 80 BCE, a Potin cast coin. The monetary system of British isle saw the circulation of Roman, Viking, Anglo-Saxons, Stuart, Tudor, Cromwell and Windsor coinages. The Great Britain coins sold in this listing are minted in gold through milled coinage (machine struck).
The `Great Re-coinage` of 1816 CE saw a major modification in English monetary system. The last change in British coinage was seen during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II in 1971 CE when the coinage of United Kingdom was decimalised and changed a century old tradition of using 12 pence to shilling and 20 shilling to a pound. Collectors all over the world love collecting these most valuable British gold coins.
Wallace Refiners is delighted to present the coinage of United Kingdom to its customers. These collectable british coins from the world of Kings and Queens like Henry VII, George V, Edward VIII, James I, Elizabeth I and Victoria. The Royal Mint in London is one of the oldest mints in the world.
- Mixed types of coins available.
- Random Year and Condition, which means you may receive 2016 coins.
- Contains 0.2354 oz actual gold weight.
- Historic coins first struck in the 1800’s.
- Struck at the Royal Mint in London or British Territories.
Many of these British Gold Coins were produced by the London Royal Mint. Although some coins were also minted in Australia, Canada, and South Africa.
If you have questions about British Gold Coins, please contact a Wallace Refiners sales associate at 212-391-2211.
If you are looking for similar products, check out our full selection of British Gold Coins at Wallace Precious Metals.
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|Manufacturer||British Royal Mint|