Victoria, Half Sovereign (Jubilee Head) 1891 Very Fine

Some time ago we offered the 1890 & 1892 Half sovereigns – we can now offer you the 1891 Half Sovereign in Very Fine condition. For those disappointed last time, this latest group is only offered as single coins, as some dates are in shorter supply than the others and a set of three may not work for all. All coins come housed in square capsules to set off the gold and protect the coin. Now over 130 years old these are in above average condition and nearly 4 grams of 22-carat gold. With the higher price of gold, these are even better value.
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SKU: SC02
£325.00
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