What Is the Value of a Gold Sovereign?

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Gold sovereigns generally possess an intrinsic value based on their gold content, desirability, and wear or tear. Therefore their premium value depends on the condition or grade thus the better the grade, the higher will be the value of its premium over its gold content. Grades range from FDC - Fleur-de-Coin/ the absolute perfect coin to poor which is reserved for a worn out coin missing parts of the design.
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1. Determine the amount of gold in your coin. As with most coins from the period in which the Australian gold sovereign was struck (1899-1931) when gold or silver determined the value
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The value of any coin would depend on the year and condition of the coin. At the very least, a 22 carat gold sovereign would be worth its weight in the current bullion value of gold
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The 1915 gold sovereign was made at four different mints. The mint mark is located just above the year. Of course, the condition affects the value, but the gold content is currently
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You would be well advised to take them to a reputable jewellery store or two, or a reputable pawnbroker, they also buy scrap gold and will give you a fair price. Obviously you wont
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