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New vs Old sovereign metal composition


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I completely agree with you! 

I’m not a fan of the newer red tinted look. I much prefer the old yellow finish as it puts a smile on my face more than the new ones. 😆

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Well, I'll be the "upstream swimmer" here.

I really like the Sovereigns and I started a collection of them earlier this year. I'm on my fourth one now, one for each monarch up to the present. 

Anyway I love copper and I think it's a beautiful color. That being said I really like the looks of rose gold and my next Sov will probably be a modern one. Sad to hear that the modern Sovs have a somewhat poor strike. Would a proof version be better? 

I haven't seen a rose gold Sovereign in coin shops in the States yet but the older ones aren't too hard to find even in America's heartland.

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