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1913 King George V Perth Mint Gold Sovereign
A genuine pre-World War I artefact, the 1913 King George V sovereign was the last sovereign struck in Australia before the outbreak of World War I.
- Perth Mint mintmark
- 22-carat gold
- Iconic St George and the dragon reverse design
- About Circulated- Uncirculated condition
- Premium timber packaging
Sure to bring prestige to any collection, the 1913 gold sovereign is highly sought after for its status as the last gold sovereign struck in Australia before World War I was declared.
With its untold impact on Australian communities and the economy, the war forced sovereigns out of circulation.
Subjected to the rigours of day-to-day use, 1913 sovereigns are difficult to find in better grade, making this superb 'about uncirculated' to 'uncirculated' condition Perth Mint George V sovereign a rare find.
The coin’s reverse features Benedetto Pistrucci’s classic St George and the dragon design. Also included is the year-date and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. The obverse depicts the portrait of King George V.
Wooden display case
Displayed within an elegant timber case, the coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Gold Content (Troy oz)
Fineness (% purity)
91.67% pure gold
About Circulated- Uncirculated