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About the Queen Victoria "Young Head" British Gold 1/2 Sovereign 1838-1887 (Random Date)

The "Young Head" gold sovereign is one of the more attractive and collectible sovereign varieties on the market today. Difficult to find in quantity, these coins typically trade at a significant premium over their more common sovereign counterparts.

Coin Highlights:

  • Purity of .9166 Fine Gold.
  • Contains .1177 troy oz of pure gold.
  • Coins are in average circulated condition.
  • Coins are shipped in protective coins flips.
  • Obverse: Bust of Queen Victoria, surrounded by "Victoria Dei Gratia"
  • Reverse: a shield is shown, topped with a crown and surrounded by olive branches

About the Royal Mint:

The Royal Mint is the facility permitted to manufacture the coins of Great Britain. It produces both the country’s bullion and circulating coinage. The Royal Mint, in addition to issuing currency for the United Kingdom, also mints coinage and medals for other countries. The institution, amazingly, traces its roots back to the year 886 with the establishment of the London Mint. It has survived countless wars and changes in British rule. Famously, Sir Isaac Newton served as the Warden of the Mint in the 1700s.

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Additional Information
Metal Type Gold
Metal Weight .1177
Grading Service Ungraded
Date 1838-1887
Purity .9166 Fine Gold
Country of Manufacture United Kingdom
Manufacturer Royal Mint

About the Queen Victoria "Young Head" British Gold 1/2 Sovereign 1838-1887 (Random Date)

The "Young Head" gold sovereign is one of the more attractive and collectible sovereign varieties on the market today. Difficult to find in quantity, these coins typically trade at a significant premium over their more common sovereign counterparts.

Coin Highlights:

  • Purity of .9166 Fine Gold.
  • Contains .1177 troy oz of pure gold.
  • Coins are in average circulated condition.
  • Coins are shipped in protective coins flips.
  • Obverse: Bust of Queen Victoria, surrounded by "Victoria Dei Gratia"
  • Reverse: a shield is shown, topped with a crown and surrounded by olive branches

About the Royal Mint:

The Royal Mint is the facility permitted to manufacture the coins of Great Britain. It produces both the country’s bullion and circulating coinage. The Royal Mint, in addition to issuing currency for the United Kingdom, also mints coinage and medals for other countries. The institution, amazingly, traces its roots back to the year 886 with the establishment of the London Mint. It has survived countless wars and changes in British rule. Famously, Sir Isaac Newton served as the Warden of the Mint in the 1700s.

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

 

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