Auronum

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  • Gold £1,852.14 oz -0.64%
  • Silver £22.46 oz -1.15%
  • Platinum £747.48 oz -2.18%
Gold -0.64%
£1,852.14 oz
Silver -1.15%
£22.46 oz
Platinum -2.18%
£747.48 oz
Gold -0.64%
£1,852.14 oz
Silver -1.15%
£22.46 oz
Platinum -2.18%
£22.46 oz

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Gold Sovereigns

The British Gold sovereign is a very popular choice for investors globally. They offer an option for both bullion and numismatic collectors given that some of the mass produced Gold Sovereign years trade very close to their intrinsic value, whilst rarer designs have numismatic properties, with their value depending on condition, age and mintage
Gold sovereigns are available in various sizes ranging from a quarter sovereign to a large five Sovereign. Gold Sovereigns are minted by the Royal Mint and are available in matt, bullion and proof finishes. All Gold Sovereigns are 91.67% Gold with the remainder comprised of Silver and/or copper. Modern day Gold Sovereigns have a higher copper content, giving them a rose Gold sheen

1957-1968

The Gillick Sovereign

The first Sovereign to feature Queen Elizabeth II is the 1953 Sovereign but these were limited to a few sets for national collections. The 1957 Gillick Sovereign was the first Sovereign that the public could buy that featued Queen Elizabeth II
1980s gold sovereign coin

1968 - 1984

The Machin Sovereign

The second design of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign was the first portrait to feature a crown. The effigy was very popular and was used for Britain’s first pre-decimal coinage as well as postage stamps

1985 - 1997

The Royal Diadem Sovereign

The third portrait of Queen Elizabeth II featured her wearing a Royal Diadem. The portrait displays her majesty with a necklace and earrings causing critics to accuse the designer of making the Queen “flatteringly young”. These Sovereigns were proof only

1998 - 2015

The Fourth Sovereign

Ian Rank-Broadley won a Royal Mint competition in 1997 to design the effigy of Queen Elizabeth from 1998. The portrait was designed to fill the full field of the coin in response to smaller 5 and 10 pence coins in circulation

Queen Elizabeth final portrait sovereign

2015 - 2022

The Final Sovereign

The final portrait was designed by Jody Clark whom at age 33 is the youngest person to design a monarch’s portrait on a Sovereign coin. She is also the first Royal Mint employee to design an effigy of a Royal to be struck on a currency coin

1957 - 2022

Queen Elizabeth Sovereigns

Queen Elizabeth II has featured on more Gold sovereigns than any other monarch before her

The portraits capture the life of the popular Queen Elizabeth II with some of the portrait being higher premium pieces

 

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Selling Sovereigns

Auronum is a buyer of Sovereigns from investors. Our year-specific rates are benchmarked weekly against other top-tier bullion companies to ensure Auronum is paying a higher price

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