The Victorian Anniversary Collection
This superb collection contains four gold sovereigns and a gold proof crown.
In celebrating the Victorian era, a century after Queen Victoria's death.
Handsomely presented in a specially designed case all five coins are 22 carat gold.
Each of the sovereigns celebrates a different time in Queen Victoria's reign, with each of the sovereigns produced throughout her time on the throne.
As each of the sovereigns were produced at the time and were used in ordinary circulation, they are each of different condtion. Each of the sovereigns needs individually grading, given this, if you are interested in this set, please contact us and we can grade and price the set accordingly.
The crown included in the set is a specially designed gold proof coin with reverse frosting. This coin is limited to 3,500 worldwide, but 750 of them have been included in these sets.
Contains four sovereigns each struck in 22 carat gold
- 1885 Young Head
- 1890 Jubilee Head
- 1900 Old Head
- Contains gold proof crown struck in 22 carat gold, commemorating the Victorian era.
Housed in a luxurious presentation case.
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and information booklet about the Victorian era.
Only 750 of these collections will ever be made available worldwide.
|Sovereign x 4
||0.235 x 4||Crown
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The Royal Mint, not content with its monopoly in producing new sovereigns, has for some years now been buying mintmark and other sets of sovereigns from the numismatic trade, and marketing them to its "Coin Club" members (customers) at poor value prices. Sadly because most of its customers are not coin collectors, but ordinary members of the public who, for some reason, appear to trust the Royal Mint.
The Royal Mint does not have any of these sets available on their website, but as we know, they often charge high premiums and we suspect this limited edition set will have been charged at a high premium when it was released
Government Wealth Warning
We wonder if some of the Royal Mint's offerings should come with a "Government Wealth Warning".