King Edward VII’s reign lasted only nine years from 1901 until his death at the age of just 68 in 1910. His reign covered what was known as the ‘golden age’ of peace for the British Empire and, because of this, along with his short reign, the coinage issued during this time is always in high demand.
But what makes this Sovereign quite so sought after?
First struck in 1902, this Sovereign is the ONLY design to be issued under the reign of King Edward VII, and was in circulation for JUST eight years. Meaning collectors are keen to get their hands on it due to the fact it’s a ‘one of a kind’.
Impressive 22 Carat Gold
Struck from 22 Carat Gold, this Sovereign is over 120 years old. Acting as circulating coinage, many gold Sovereigns have been melted down over time for their precious metal contents, so the fact that this coin has managed to survive all these years is incredibly impressive.
You never know, as circulating coinage, this Sovereign may have passed through the hands of King Edward himself.
Pay in interest-free instalments
You have the choice to either pay for your King Edward VII Gold Sovereign in full or in 10 interest-free instalments, surely one of the most affordable ways to own this impressive coin with so much history.
Your Sovereign comes protected and encapsulated so it can be kept safe for generations, placed in a deluxe wooden presentation box with its own certificate of authenticity.
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Edward VII 22 Carat Gold Sovereign
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- Metal: 22 carat gold
- Diameter: 22.05mm, Weight: 7.98g
- Minting Standard: Circulating