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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