Edward VII, Half Sovereign 1905 Very Fine

1905 Edward VII gold Half Sovereign. Very Fine. Everyone who collects the coins of King Edward VII knows that the silver coins dated 1905 are Rare. Well here is a Gold coin of King Edward VII dated 1905 and it won’t cost you the earth… It is the Half Sovereign which, as most collectors realise, is far more difficult to get than the full sovereign. We remember years ago at Christmas time, when gold coins were wanted for jewellery for gifts, that Half Sovereigns sold for more money than full Sovereigns. Even though they contained half the gold. The coins on offer are struck by the Royal Mint in 22ct Gold, weigh about 4 grams and are in Very Fine condition. They are now almost 120 years old and certainly can be called antique. Many things going for it, especially the quality and the price.
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Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchEdward VII 1901 - 1910
Pre-Decimal DenominationHalf Sovereign
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