The first Charles III Sovereign struck in Proof has been long sold out by the Royal Mint. We got in quite some time ago put down our money and were able to buy 100 pieces, the mintage is only 17,500. One of the so-called marketing companies are advertising this coin for £1,199! Coincraft – Britain’s Coin Shop is selling the very same coin, but our price is only £790, while our small supply lasts. Coincraft has been in business for 68 years and some of our collectors have been with us for 50 years, we must be doing something right. We strongly recommend this first-ever Charles III Proof Gold Sovereign. We sell nothing as an investment, but at our price, they are good value!
This is the first ever King Charles III Gold Sovereign depicting the King wearing a crown. We also understand that it will be the only one, the next issue will be different, in that the King will not be wearing a crown. This is a very important type of coin and one you should have in your collection. The mintage is just 15,000 coins and the Royal Mint has announced that the coin has now SOLD OUT! We got in early, but even the small number we were allocated has almost run out. Our coins are Choice Proofs in the original Royal Mint packaging and they are the first King Charles III Gold Sovereign to be struck. Prices have already gone up and, as collectors realise that they need this coin for their collections, they are likely to go up even more. We do not sell anything as an investment but we think this a good coin.
In 2019 The Royal Mint allowed British Gold Sovereigns to be struck in India, with an ‘I’ mint mark. The last Monarch to allow this was King George V in 1918. The Mint has packaged them with a certificate calling them Bullion but they are certainly Specimens that look much like proofs. They are housed in nice official display cases. The coin is sealed in a card which is also its guarantee from the Royal Mint that it is genuine and of the same standard as a British Sovereign. It is the first time that we have seen them in the Royal Mint package, the coins were made in India. You have a current gold coin with the Queen’s portrait with the Indian mint mark. We have never seen them like this before. We bought all that the dealer had for sale, it was a good price, so you have a good price, that way everyone is happy.
The British Gold Sovereign was first issued under King George III as a replacement for the Guinea series. Each coin weighs just under 8 grams and is struck in 22ct Gold. Here we are offering the Jody Clark Sovereign Sovereign by type rather than by date.
Here is a fantastic Special Offer for you on the difficult to find 2019 Royal Mint Gold Proof Sovereign. These coins are complete in their original, never opened, Royal Mint case of issue with the certificate of authenticity from the Royal Mint.