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George V is the second son of Edward VII with WWI being his nemesis. He gave our troops all his support with several visits being made to the Front, on one occasion fulling and breaking his pelvis. He watch the empire divide with many of the larger states becoming more independent of British rule.

Sovereign were made by several different mint during his time. London, Canada, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, South Africa, India,. Some are rarer than other or limited to just one year
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George V Half Sovereign
Latest Price: £180.00
George V 1914 Half Sovereign
Latest Price: £199.00
George V Gold Sovereign 1914
Latest Price: £325.00
George V Half Sovereign

Gold half sovereigns from this traumatic period of British history. Edward VII 1902-1910, coping with the end of the Boer
George V 1914 Half Sovereign

Gold half sovereigns from this traumatic period of British history. Edward VII 1902-1910, coping with the end of the Boer
George V Gold Sovereign 1914

George V Sovereigns were first issued in 1911. With the onslaught of war the Government asked the public not to use
George V 1913 Gold Sovereign George V 1915 Gold Sovereign George V Gold Sovereign
George V 1913 Gold Sovereign
Latest Price: £325.00
George V 1915 Gold Sovereign
Latest Price: £325.00
George V 1913 Gold Sovereign

Europe was about to be plunged into the most traumatic period of it’s history plus there was a threat of civil war in

The centennial Sovereign 1915 100 years old

Struck during W.W.I., it will form part of the 1914-1918 war time collection.
The Last Gold Sovereign George V Sovereign 1932

George V Sovereigns were first issued in 1911. With the onslaught of war the Government asked the public not to use sovereigns or to demand gold in payment. Instead
George V Gold Sovereign George V 1916 Centennial Gold Sovereign W.W.I 1914 - 1918 Gold Sovereign Collection
George V gold sovereign were first issued in 1911. With the onslaught of war the Government ask the public not to use their sovereigns and demanding gold, instead they started to issue treasury notes to the value of £1 and 10s.

However millions of sovereign were still being struck but became part of the gold reserve held by the Bank of England.
George V 1916 Centennial Gold Sovereign

This gold sovereign struck in 1916 has recently been accepted as being far rarer than the books indicate and as a result prices reflect this. We have three pieces
W.W.I 1914 - 1918 Gold Sovereign Collection

We are soon to be entering the third year anniversary of the great war which started in 1914. 1916 saw the great Battle of the Somme, which is now etched on our
George V Mintmark 1918 Collection of Overseas Sovereigns
George V Mintmark 1918 Collection of Overseas Sovereigns

1918 is the only year when there were five different sovereigns produced by overseas Mints, whilst no sovereigns were struck here in London. The coins from Ottawa,