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  • 1982 British Gold Half Sovereign Proof

    The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the introduction of the Krugerrand 1oz Gold coin in 1967 the Gold Sovereign was the most widely owned bullion coin, and most of the billion or so sovereigns minted are still in existence. The Half Sovereign contains 0.1177 Troy Oz of

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  • 1985 British Half Sovereign Proof

    The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the introduction of the Krugerrand 1oz Gold coin in 1967 the Gold Sovereign was the most widely owned bullion coin, and most of the billion or so sovereigns minted are still in existence. The Half Sovereign contains 0.1177 Troy Oz of

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  • 1869 British Sovereign Queen Victoria Unc

    1862 Sovereign with the early bust of Queen Victoria (used on all the Sovereigns minted from 1837 to 1887) on the obverse, and on the reverse is a crowned shield similar to those featured on the very first sovereigns, surrounded by a laurel wreath. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade

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  • 1872 British Sovereign Queen Victoria AU

    1872 Sovereign with the early bust of Queen Victoria (used on all the Sovereigns minted from 1837 to 1887) on the obverse, and on the reverse is the familiar St George slaying the dragon engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the

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  • 1876 British Sovereign Queen Victoria AU

    1876 Sovereign with the early bust of Queen Victoria (used on all the Sovereigns minted from 1837 to 1887) on the obverse, and on the reverse is the familiar St George slaying the dragon engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the

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  • 1874 British Sovereign Queen Victoria XF

    1874 Sovereign with the early bust of Queen Victoria (used on all the Sovereigns minted from 1837 to 1887) on the obverse, and on the reverse is the familiar St George slaying the dragon engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the

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  • 1885 British Sovereign Queen Victoria AU

    1885 Sovereign with the early bust of Queen Victoria (used on all the Sovereigns minted from 1837 to 1887) on the obverse, and on the reverse is the familiar St George slaying the dragon engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold. Until the

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  • 1893-M British Sovereign Queen Victoria XF

    1893 Sovereign with the Veiled Head bust of Queen Victoria (used from 1893 until her death in 1901) on the obverse, and the scene of St. George slaying the dragon on the reverse. This coin was minted at the Melbourne Mint, in Australia. The sovereign was a circulating coin in Great Britain and the Colonies until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. It was recognized and accepted all over the world, and in fact was used as money in many countries when the parties involved wanted to trade in gold.

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  • 2001-D American Buffalo Commemorative Silver Dollar Unc

    This 2001-D American Buffalo Commemorative Uncirculated Silver dollar reproduces one of the most highly desired coins in U.S. history, the Buffalo nickel. Funds raised from the sale of these commemoratives went to the National Museum of the American Indian of the Smithsonian Institution. The coin was so popular that it sold out at the Mint in 2 weeks. This uncirculated $1 Dollar silver coin was struck at the Denver Mint. It is made the same composition and size as the old (pre-1936) Silver Dollars- 90%

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  • 2001-P American Buffalo Commemorative Silver Dollar Proof

    This 2001-P American Buffalo Commemorative Proof Silver dollar reproduces one of the most highly desired coins in U.S. history, the Buffalo nickel. Funds raised from the sale of these commemoratives went to the National Museum of the American Indian of the Smithsonian Institution. The coin was so popular that it sold out at the Mint in 2 weeks. This proof $1 Dollar silver coin was struck at the Philadelphia Mint. It is made the same composition and size as the old (pre-1936) Silver Dollars- 90% silver, 10%

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