Edward VII

The Gold Sovereign featured under the reign of King Edward VII features the King sat bareheaded facing to the right. The initials of the engraver, George William De Saulles, appear under the King.

The reverse of the sovereign displays the St. George design with milled edges. The Initials of Benedetto Pistrucci are present under the image of the slain dragon. The edges of the coin feature an inner linear circle with fine square teeth.

Date
Mint
Date Monarch Head type Mint Scarcity Gilchrist Photos
1902 Edward VII Bare Perth TBC19500?Image of a 1902 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Perth
1902 Edward VII Bare London TBC17400?Image of a 1902 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - London
1902 Edward VII Bare Sydney TBC20400?Image of a 1902 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Sydney
1902 Edward VII Bare Melbourne TBC18600?Image of a 1902 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Melbourne
1902 Edward VII Bare London TBC17401?Image of a 1902 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - London
1903 Edward VII Bare London TBC17500?Image of a 1903 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - London
1903 Edward VII Bare Melbourne TBC18700?Image of a 1903 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Melbourne
1903 Edward VII Bare Perth TBC19600?Image of a 1903 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Perth
1903 Edward VII Bare Sydney TBC20500?Image of a 1903 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Sydney
1904 Edward VII Bare London TBC17600?Image of a 1904 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - London
1904 Edward VII Bare Perth TBC19700?Image of a 1904 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Perth
1904 Edward VII Bare Melbourne TBC18800?Image of a 1904 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Melbourne
1904 Edward VII Bare Sydney TBC20600?Image of a 1904 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Sydney
1905 Edward VII Bare London TBC17700?Image of a 1905 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - London
1905 Edward VII Bare Melbourne TBC18900?Image of a 1905 Gold Sovereign: Edward VII - Melbourne

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