George VI

The George IV gold Sovereign is in particularly high demand by collectors due to its rarity. The coin was produced in 1937 for one year with a mintage of only 5,500. The obverse coin features a young bust of George VI facing to the left.

The reverse of the design features Pistrucci’s famous St. George design, with Pistrucci’s initials at the base. The Sovereign was produced only as a Proof, no currency sovereigns were minted for this Monarch.

Date
Mint
Date Monarch Head type Mint Scarcity Reference Gilchrist Photos
1937 George VI Bare London TBC 1937L-G1P2 29800?Image of a 1937 Gold Sovereign: George VI - London
Image of a 1937 Gold Sovereign: George VI - London
1937 George VI Bare London TBC 1937L-G1P1 29900?Image of a 1937 Gold Sovereign: George VI - London

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