The Five Sovereign Piece 2019 BU| The Royal Mint

2019 - Special Matt finish

The Five-Sovereign Piece 2019 Gold Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

Limited Edition 500

  • The first time a Brilliant Uncirculated Five-Sovereign Piece has featured a stylish Matt finish
  • A Limited Edition Presentation of just 500 coins – 50% fewer than in 2018
  • Struck in 22 carat gold
  • Displays Benedetto Pistrucci's acclaimed St George and the dragon design in stunning detail
  • The largest coin in The Sovereign 2019 Collection
  • Struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard
  • Household limit - three per household
Price: £2,150.00
  • In Stock
  • Product code: A19
  • Limited Edition Presentation: 500

Restored to Britain’s coinage in 1817, the return of The Sovereign almost proved short-lived. In 1819, economist David Ricardo devised a plan to replace circulating gold coinage with 60oz ingots held at the Bank of England. While the plan was consigned to the history books, The Sovereign survived, and 200 years later, it remains the world’s oldest coin still in production.

With a diameter of more than 36 millimetres, The Five-Sovereign Piece provides the largest platform available in The Sovereign 2019 Collection upon which to view the famous work of Benedetto Pistrucci. His St George and the dragon design is considered a masterpiece of numismatic art and has been struck on this coin with the state-of-the-art precision and quality for which The Royal Mint is known.

Featuring a stylish Matt finish, this 22 carat gold coin easily fulfils the same purpose as the first Sovereign did when commissioned by Henry VII in 1489: to impress all who see it.

The Five Sovereign Piece 2019 Brilliant Uncirculated

Maximum Coin Mintage 505
Alloy 22 Carat Gold
Weight 39.94 g
Diameter 36.02mm
Reverse Designer Benedetto Pistrucci
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year 2019
Pure Metal Type Gold
Edge Milled
Country Of Origin United Kingdom

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