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1911-1931-P Australia Gold Sovereign George V Avg Circ

 
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1911-1931-P Australia Gold Sovereign George V Avg Circ

 

Introduction:

The sovereign coins struck from 1911-­1936 were for King George V. During King George V’s time, the sovereigns were minted at all the branches of the British Royal Mint. Even after the British Royal Mint itself stopped minting these coins in 1917, the branches continued to mint these coins till 1936. These coins are also known as World War I coins as King George V ruled over England during World War I. They have very prestigious historical significance and their amazing artistic appeal have made them very popular among numismatists.

Coin Features:

  • Contains .2354 Troy Ounce of .9167 fine gold.
  • Average Circulated Condition.
  • Individual coins will arrive in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 40 will arrive in protective plastic tubes.
  • Obverse: Features a leftward facing handsome bust portrait of the King George V. The main device is surrounded by inscriptions in Latin " GEORGIVS V D.G. BRITT: OMN: REX F.D. IND: IMP:" which translates to “George the Fifth, by the Grace of God, King of all the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India.” A design by Edgar Bertram Mackennal.
  • Reverse: Features the iconic design by Italian engraver Benedetto Pistrucci of St. George mounted on horseback slaying a dragon. Inscriptions: Year of Mintage, Initials of Designer “B.P.”
  • Minted at the Perth Mint in Australia. Mint Mark “P.”
  • Minted from 1911-1931, dates will be chosen randomly based on availability within the mentioned period.
  • 100% Authentic.

Why Buy George V Gold Sovereigns?

  • These are internationally recognizable coins and hence it is easy to buy and sell them.
  • Their small size and light weight make them easy to carry and store.
  • Their historical significance as the last sovereign coins to be in circulation and also that they are World War I coins have provided them great numismatic value.
  • The Australian mint issues are rarer compared to the London Royal Mint.
  • The intrinsic value of Australian Gold coins is much higher than their face value of 1 pound.
  • They have amazing artistic appeal which also makes it an attractive investment for collectors.
  • These coins will help diversify and stabilize the investment portfolio.

Detailed Information:

King George V ascended the throne after his father Kind Edward’s death in 1910. However, coins for him were not minted till 1911. The sovereign coins for King George V were not only minted in the London Royal Mint but they were also minted in all the Royal Mint branches in different countries. The main contributor was the Australian Branches than that of other countries.

There were three main branches of Royal Mint in Australia;

  • The Sydney Mint, which was the first mint to be established in 1871 and minted British coins till 1926.
  • The Melbourne Mint was the second Royal Mint branch to be established in Australia in 1872 and minted British coins till 1931.
  • The Perth Mint was the last branch of Royal Mint to be established in Australia and it was started in 1899 and minted British coins till 1931.

The sovereign coins struck from 1911-­1936 was in during the reigning period of King George V and features his bust portrait on the obverse with the iconic St. George and Dragon design on the reverse. These coins are also known as World War I coins. Although the Royal Mint stopped minting these coins in 1917, the other branches continued to mint these coins till 1936.

However, Australian Branches minted these coins from 1911­-1931 only. The Perth mint coins are rare compared to Royal Mint sovereign coins, as they were minted in limit. They bear the mint mark “P” on them.

Add these Perth Minted George V sovereign coins to your numismatic collection to enrich it will some rare and historically significant coins.

Bullion Exchanges is pleased to offer you these 1911-­1931-­P Australia Gold Sovereign George V Avg Circ at one of the most competitive prices in the industry.

Feel free to browse our vast collection of Australian Gold Coins from various mints today to become a proud owner of an inseparable part of British coinage history. Contact us at 800-­852­-6884 if you have any questions in regards to Australian Gold Sovereign coins.

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