The Edward VII 22-Carat Gold £2 'Double' Sovereign (1902)


 
 
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The Edward VII 22-Carat Gold £2 ‘Double’ Sovereign

Struck for One-Year Only to Commemorate Edward VII’s Coronation

  • Only issued in 1902
  • Struck in half an ounce of Solid 22-Carat Gold
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Only issued in 1902 to mark Edward VII’s Coronation, this is the ONLY £2 ‘Double’ Sovereign to be struck during Edward’s entire nine and a half year reign.  Struck in half an ounce of Solid 22-Carat Gold by The Royal Mint, this ‘Double’ Sovereign is twice the weight of a modern Sovereign and boasts a diameter of nearly 3.00cms. Reverse features Benedetto Pistrucci’s famous St George and the Dragon design while a portrait of the king appears on the coin’s obverse. Luxury Presentation Case and Certificate of Authenticity included. Highly sought-after but availability strictly limited. 

Diameter:    28.40mm
Weight: 15.98g
Metal: Solid 22-Carat Gold     
Denomination:    Two Pounds
Country of issue:    United Kingdom
Mint: The Royal Mint

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The Edward VII 22-Carat Gold £2 'Double' Sovereign (1902)

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