1912 Gold Coin from Great Britain Sovereign Having George V Head Left KM 820 AU+
Description: A nice about uncirculated or much better 1912 gold coin from the United Kingdom. This is a sovereign coin having a reeded edge and displays King George V's head facing left on the obverse. The reverse displays the image of Saint George on horseback slaying the dragon with the date 1912 in exergue. The coin has the words "GEORGIVS V D.G.BRITT:OMN:REX F.D.IND:IMP:" surrounding the king's head along the edge of the obverse. This is KM 820 weighing ~8 grams of 0.917 purity gold which translates to 0.2355 oz AGW. The coin measures about 22 mm in diameter. A beautiful coin with nice clear fields and great eye appeal. The fields are clear and the coin shows minimum wear if any. A beautiful coin deserving a spot in your collection of British coins. Please carefully review the photos provided as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Great Britain.
Size and Weight: This is a gold coin weighs ~8 grams of 0.917 gold and is ~22 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #820.
Condition: I would grade this coin as about uncirculated or much better with nice luster and clear fields. The coin has minimum wear if any and is problem free. It has a minimum number of surface scratches or bag marks as can be seen in the photos. The coin is much better looking than the photos suggest. The coin has minimum surface marks and all of its details are very well preserved. The coin retains quite a bit of luster and has great eye appeal. A superior coin deserving a prominent spot in your British coin collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.
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