Elizabeth II, Sovereign 1957 Brilliant Unc

The 1957 Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign is something very special. It was the first Elizabeth II gold sovereign that the public was allowed to buy. The milling on the edge is fine while all other issues have coarser milling. So it is a true one-year type coin. It was issued by the Bank of England although struck by the Royal Mint, so it was subject to a 44% dollar premium. Thus it was the most expensive Sovereign issued at the time, you paid less for a Victorian Sovereign. Because you paid 44% extra in taxes on this QEII Sovereign. Why pay £999 or even £750 why not buy one from Coincraft – Britain’s Coin Shop for only £625? Why not save yourself some money? You are getting an original 1957 Gold Sovereign in Brilliant Uncirculated condition for only £625.00. This little hoard is very limited and it is being sold on a first-come-first-served basis. At Coincraft, if we buy right, you buy right! Supplies are limited.
Availability: In stock
SKU: USV57
£625.00

1957 Gold Sovereign:

  • First Queen Elizabeth II sovereign the public was allowed to buy
  • Diameter 22.05 mm
  • Weight 7.99 g
  • Only £625.00!

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