George V, Sovereign (Struck in India) 1918 Extremely Fine

In 1918 towards the end of World War I, the Royal Mint sent Sovereign dies to India to be used in the striking of gold sovereigns. These were the only Indian Sovereigns struck until just recently when some were struck for Queen Elizabeth II. These George V Sovereigns are struck in 22ct Gold and weigh about 8 grams, they are in Extremely Fine condition. A fantastic one-year type coin of King George V and of India. Worth thinking about adding it to your collection, especially at this price! Stock availability is limited, so we can only make available 2 coins per collector.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FID4102


Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
CompositionGold (.9167)
Diameter22.05 mm
Weight7.99 g
MonarchGeorge V 1910 - 1936
Pre-Decimal DenominationSovereign (One Pound)
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