1818 George III Gold Sovereigns
The 1818 sovereign of George III has a laureate head, with St. George & dragon reverse inside an inscribed garter.
Previously, gold coins called 'Sovereigns' had been minted on and off between 1489-1604, whereupon James I (VI) changed the name of the 20/- gold piece to a 'Unite'. The reform coinage Sovereign of 1817 onwards was issued as a normal circulation type coin, and also as a proof.
Gold Sovereigns - George III
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|Date||Description||Mintage||Grade||Stock||Price £||Price $
1818||First Head||2,347,000||Fine / gd Fine||Sold||£395||$630
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