Sovereigns in many ways represent the history of coins in the modern world. Some sovereigns are considered rare because very few were produced in a specific location. Gold sovereign coins were produced in Royal Mint branches across the world during only the late 19th century up until the early 20th century. Including the usual production in London, Royal Mint also had branches in Australia, Canada, South Africa, and India. These marks are seen as a very small single letter pertaining to each mint and can usually be found stamped into the design of the coin.
MyGold® has an expansive range of half sovereigns: Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, King George V, Crowned shield of the Royal Arms. These coins come in mix years, production location and condition. Please contact us for more details and to place orders.