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Sovereign values based on year and rarity


Foster88

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Hi all, 

i have in my collection a 1895 full sovereign with mint mark ‘S’ and another full sovereign mint mark ‘M’ and I was wondering realistically what the values would be? 

 

Can anybody advise me if one of them would be worth more than the other or if they are rare with those mint marks or are they simply just worth their weight in bullion? 

Im relatively new to the gold coin collecting world. 

Regards 

Dan

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I shouldn't really reply because I'm far from sovereign expert but id say generally it's best to look on Ebay to find recent prices, if similar have sold anyway

As Elements says, depends on condition

Veil heads aren't so popular, a 1895 M graded 62 (which is a high grade) sold for £311 recently, which when you consider grading fees and ebay fees isn't great

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On 20/06/2019 at 19:17, Foster88 said:

Hi all, 

i have in my collection a 1895 full sovereign with mint mark ‘S’ and another full sovereign mint mark ‘M’ and I was wondering realistically what the values would be? 

 

Can anybody advise me if one of them would be worth more than the other or if they are rare with those mint marks or are they simply just worth their weight in bullion? 

Im relatively new to the gold coin collecting world. 

Regards 

Dan

I'd try and pick up a previous years copy of Coins of England and the United Kingdom. You can get a secondhand copy of Ebay for a few pounds. It would be a useful reference book. 

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