We offer a wide range of gold sovereigns available at low margins. We are a Royal Mint authorised distributor. Fully insured delivery in Ireland. Click here to view our specific year coins.
Buy gold online at low premiums with fully insured delivery. For those seeking the very lowest prices choose our best value mixed year coins. We also offer the exact type of sovereign you require to complete your collection as well as our bestselling brand new uncirculated British Sovereigns direct from the Royal Mint.
As semi-numismatic coins, certain coins attract demand not only from bullion investors, but also from coin collectors looking for a rare or particularly interesting coin to add to their collection. These coins can often come at inflated premiums due to this additional demand, in fact, an extremely rare sovereign became the most expensive British coin of all time in 2014 when a numismatic fanatic paid more than £500,000 for a 1937 Edward VII Proof Sovereign.
These are world famous and beautiful coins, featuring the heads of various British monarchs on the obverse while the reverse carries the iconic St George and the Dragon design by Benedetto Pistrucci. The Sovereign has been around for more than 500 years, since King Henry VII introduced it in the late 15th Century and has grown to become one of, if not the best recognised bullion coin in the world, making it easy to sell when the time comes to cash in on your investment.
Buy Gold Sovereigns
Gold sovereigns are ideal for investors who prefer to keep their holding in small units to give greater flexibility when it comes to selling. Buying gold sovereign coins are a great way to preserve value against inflation.
Our gold prices are updated every two minutes on the website in line with the global spot price of gold. So how much is a 22ct gold Sovereign worth? They weigh just under 8g and contain 7.315g of pure gold. The value is calculated by multiplying its gold content by the current gold spot price.
What is the face value of a gold sovereign? Its face value is £1, however, its real value is based upon the gold weight which is worth considerably more.