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1925 British Gold Sovereign, MS65
George V design (Minted 1911-1935)
British gold sovereigns, or “Kings,” are the most widely recognized gold coins in the world. Certified in gem-quality Mint State 65 condition, they're ideal for coin collectors, history buffs, and gold investors alike.
The most trusted coin in the world
Minted from 1911 to 1935, the George V design was the last British gold sovereign produced for regular issue.
These 1925-dated George V sovereigns are certified in gem-quality MS65 condition by PCGS, one of the most trusted independent grading services in the world. Truly gem quality, they are extremely well struck with strong, detailed devices, a lovely orange-gold color, and superior technical merit. The obverse features a portrait of George V; the reverse depicts the mythical slaying of the dragon by St.George.
Sized for trade, British gold sovereigns were produced at seven different mints during the fabled era when “the sun never set on the British Empire.” From Britain to India, Canada to South Africa and Australia, these timeless gold pieces were indeed the most trusted coins in the world because of their pure gold content and secure backing by the British crown. In fact, they were included in the survival kits of American pilots during both World War II and Desert Storm.
An inspiring leader
George V was the second son of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. A career navy officer until the death of his older brother, Price Albert, in 1890, George succeeded to the throne in 1910 and ruled until 1936. An inspiring leader during World War I, George often visited the front to rally his troops.
Seldom do we see British sovereigns with such outstanding technical merit. Great for sets!
1925 British Gold Sovereign "Kings" - George V
PCGS-Certified Mint State 65
|Composition||.917 Gold, .083 Copper|
|Gold content||0.2354 Ounces|
|Size||22 mm, reeded edge.|
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