1910 Gold Half Sovereign - King Edward VII - London
1910 Gold Half Sovereign featuring King Edward VII and the George Dragon design. The lack of mint mark denotes the London Mint.
The half sovereign is an English and British gold coin with a face value half that of a sovereign: equivalent to half a pound sterling, ten shillings, or 120 old pence. Since the end of the gold standard, it has been issued only in limited quantities as a commemorative coin with a sale price and resale value far in excess of its face value. The main reason for this is because they are used, along with other coins of this type, as bullion coins.
|Made in||United Kingdom|
|Fineness||22ct / 916‰|
|Measure||Thickness: 0,99 mm | Diameter: 19,30 mm|
|Gemology||N/A ou sintéticas|
|Available for delivery||N/A|