Random Year 1/2 Sovereign Gold Coin | The Royal Mint
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The British 1/2 Sovereign Gold coin was produced from the mid-1800s to the current day. This coin was freely traded as a circulation coin while Britain was on the gold standard. When Britain abandoned the gold standard, production of the sovereign ceased.
- Ships individually in protective packaging
- Consisting of 0.1177 oz of 9167 Fine Gold
- Obverse: Features an effigy of the ruling monarch at the time of mintage
- Reverse: Features the depiction of St. George riding a horse and slaying a dragon, along with an engraving of the year of release
The obverse features an effigy of King George V or another reigning Sovereign.
The reverse features an image of St. George the dragon slayer sitting upon a horse, with the dragon below them. This same image has been used on the sovereign for almost 200 years.
This is actually a 1/2-sized Sovereign gold coin, and as such the metal weight is 0.1286 Troy oz with an actual gold weight of 0.1177 Troy ounces.
This is a pre-owned product, and as such, the condition may vary.
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This coin is a 1/2 sovereign gold coin and as such has an actual gold weight of 0.1177 troy ounces.
|Reverse: Benedetto Pistrucci|
|An effigy of the King or Queen ruling at the time the coin was minted, along with appropriate inscriptions|
|The Benedetto Pistrucci image of St. George sitting on a horse slaying the dragon and the year|