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1902 Edward VII Sovereign


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Hi can anyone advise on a rough valuation of a 1902 Edward VII Sovereign. Its not proof and the coin itself has a bit of wear and tear. Is this a pure bullion coin only or does this coin have any additional rarity value please? If anyone would be brave enough to give their opinion on a rough valuation that'd be much appreciated.

The coin doesnt have a minted letter on the george and dragon side, does this matter? Noticed most do

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The silver is mine, and the gold is mine   (Haggai 2: 8-10)

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6 hours ago, carrigher82 said:

Hi can anyone advise on a rough valuation of a 1902 Edward VII Sovereign. Its not proof and the coin itself has a bit of wear and tear. Is this a pure bullion coin only or does this coin have any additional rarity value please? If anyone would be brave enough to give their opinion on a rough valuation that'd be much appreciated.

The coin doesnt have a minted letter on the george and dragon side, does this matter? Noticed most do

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5 hours ago, Orpster said:

£360-£365, common year and only in bullion condition

Did you manage to read the mintmark?

@Orpster is about right, though it might be bordering on "Grade C"

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Thanks all ive avoided the purchase, appreciate the input

57 minutes ago, Zhorro said:

Are you sure it is genuine?  The reverse looks to have weak definition even though the 1902 is perfectly clear.

 

The silver is mine, and the gold is mine   (Haggai 2: 8-10)

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