Victoria, Sovereign (Shield) 1845 in Fine

The first Victorian gold sovereign was only struck in 1838. This 1845 Sovereign has the youthful bust of Queen Victoria on the obverse and a crowned shield on the reverse. They contain almost 8 grams of 22ct gold, are over 170 years old and are in Fine condition. These early date Sovereigns are always difficult to find.
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SKU: CVV4145
£525.00
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