1918-I India Gold Sovereign George V MS-64 PCGS


Gold Sovereigns were first struck in 1817, and were used broadly in Britain’s colonies. These Royal Mint Gold Sovereigns are a lovely, classic edition to any collection, both for their beauty and their value.

Although Gold Sovereigns were first made by the Royal Mint in London, branches of the Mint in British colonies began striking them in response to the demand for circulation. Different monarchs ruling often resulted in different obverse designs.

Enrich your portfolio with one (or several) of these brilliant pieces of history.

  • .2354 oz actual Gold weight
  • Mintage of 1,295,000 pieces
  • Obverse: Depicts the bust of King George V
  • Reverse: Shows St. George mounted on horseback slaying a dragon, designed by Benedetto Pistrucci
  • Minted at the The Royal Mint branch in Bombay, India

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