The King George V Gold Sovereigns issued in 1911 are extremely rare, and the few that remain today are much sought after by collectors. These magnificent coins were minted at the height of the British Empire when Britain was the mightiest empire in the world, and King George was at its peak. Of all the King George V Sovereigns produced in 1911, this particular coin carries the most numismatic value.
Why Buy George V Gold Sovereign coins?
The George V Gold Sovereign was first minted in 1911 for King George V by the Royal Mint. These coins are very popular with coin collectors and investors alike. The original model was designed by Sir Raphael Maklouf, which was changed in 1936 to this iconic design that is used today. This Sovereign is made from 22 carat gold and has a face value of one pound sterling. It weighs 7.98 Grams and measures 22mm x 0.75mm.