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2024 UK Gold Sovereigns Proof and Bullion Previews and Forecasts


LawrenceChard

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2024 UK Gold Sovereigns Proof and Bullion Previews and Forecasts

Interest seems to be gathering momentum in the forthcoming 2023 King Charles sovereigns. I have no official knowledge about them. All I can do at the moment is look at what happened in previous years, including 2022.

With any luck, I should get to hear more about the 2023 issues shortly, however any information I get direct from the Royal Mint is likley to be confidential, and under strict embargo.

So while I am waiting, here is our design preview for 2024:

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Obverse as above

and reverse:

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Both subject to revision.

Any other thoughts and suggestions are welcome!

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Chards

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2 hours ago, stefffana said:

It is very weird to see King Charles III looking backwards... Like thinking at his lost years....

For a few centuries now, British monarchs have faced alternate directions on coins, with the notable exception of Edward VIII, who didn't last long anyway!

Why do you think right is forwards, and left is backwards?

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Chards

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Are you av’in a laugh.

Hang on a moment @LawrenceChard most of us here have barely had time to catch our breath in 2022 and you’re talking about the 2024 sovereign.

Can we, to quote some great British phrases, get some perspective. I’ll try my best at British phrases of ‘alarm’.

Can we have a minute, I need to catch my breath, I need a moment, I need to gather one’s thoughts, I need to put the kettle on, I’ve gone all ashen, I need to get myself together, I’ll have a sit down to take it all in, Ohhhh I can’t handle such nonsense.

We all need to get over 2022 first and you’re talking of the 2024 sovereign.

The numismatist in me wants to say, I’ve not sat down all year and you’re on about 2024.

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Yeah LC, give your head a wobble!

Technically, alcohol is a solution..

'It [socialism] poses a growing threat, however unintentional, to the freedom of this country, for there is no freedom where the State totally controls the economy. Personal freedom and economic freedom are indivisible. You can’t have one without the other. You can’t lose one without losing the other.'

"There is no such thing as public money, there is only taxpayers' money"

Let not England forget her precedence of teaching nations how to live, and It's  Britannia, with one t and two n's.

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9 hours ago, LawrenceChard said:

Why do you think right is forwards, and left is backwards?

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Left = Past and Right = Future for the majority of us.

For 90% of the people, the brain is working like this. For the left handed people is opposite, indeed, but they are about 10% from population.

When we are trying to remember something from past, our eyes are looking left, even we can not realise that. When we are planning something we will do in the future, our eyes are looking right...

So, yes, The King Charles the Third is thinking about his lost years....

 "FFS, I should be on this coin from 80's, but my mum ate too healthy all her life..."

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44 minutes ago, stefffana said:

 "FFS, I should be on this coin from 80's, but my mum ate too healthy all her life..."

What also ensured her longevity was the fact that she was a non-smoker, like her husband. Smoking killed George V, George VI, and the late Queen's sister, and probably Edward VII as well, though he was also overweight.  Likewise, Queen Victoria detested tobacco and she lived to be 80 or so, despite apparently taking hardly any exercise.

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Will gold still be a thing in 2024? Surely we will all be living in the metaverse praising the almighty bitcoin instead of the almighty dollar 😀

Unless they start introducing more Jubilees and have the Kings Paper Jubilee you'd imagine it will be the normal George and the Dragon reverse.

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17 minutes ago, GoldStatue said:

Will gold still be a thing in 2024? Surely we will all be living in the metaverse praising the almighty bitcoin instead of the almighty dollar 😀

Unless they start introducing more Jubilees and have the Kings Paper Jubilee you'd imagine it will be the normal George and the Dragon reverse.

Gold in the metaverse, virtual sovereigns that RM can bring out a new version of every week 🤣

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20 hours ago, James32 said:

Shouldn't St George be wearing Nike Air max in 2024?

is st george sufficiently gender fluid/neutral for 2024?

 

Should it be Sx George?  St Georg? Sx Georg? Will there be a campaign to crush the Uk's patriarchal sainthood system - Andrew, George, David, Patrick and replace them with St Nikkla, St Hermione ( thats a real one and double bonus, it would let RM do a Hogwarts special sovereign! ), St Diana of Wales, St Talloolah?

 

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