The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair
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The First World War Sovereign Pair – Own original Sovereigns from 1914 & 1918

The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair
The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair (1)
The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair (3)
The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair (2)
The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair (4)

The First World War Sovereign Pair – Own original Sovereigns from 1914 & 1918

• Original Sovereigns from the start and end of WWI – 1914 and 1918

• Struck from 22 Carat Gold to the same specification as today’s Sovereigns

• Limited numbers available

• Special price of £995


Why I recommend the First World War Sovereign Pair

Sovereigns issued during the First World War are significant to collectors and none more so than the 1914 and 1918 issues, representing the beginning and end of the Great War.

The war impacted on the Sovereign – being removed from circulation and replaced by bank notes, but it was still struck throughout WWI, mostly in overseas branch mints. The 1918 Sovereign was ONLY struck overseas.

As a pair of Sovereigns, it’s hard to find more historically significant issues than those of 1914 and 1918. They represent a vitally important part of history, making them a must for any collector.

Alex Hanrahan, Managing Consultant

 

The WWI Centenary Sovereign Pair

Price £995.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)
Application Ref: 185 U388 A

Orders and payment terms are subject to acceptance and status.

Price £995.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Both coins
  • Diameter: 22.05mm
  • Weight: 7.98g
  • Metal: 22 Carat Gold
  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Issued: 1914 & 1918
  • Obverse: King George V
  • Reverse: St George and Dragon

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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