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British Sovereign

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The utmost care and detail were used during the design and minting process of the Sovereign by the British Royal Mint in an effort to gain the seal of approval of the reigning king or queen who is featured on the obverse of the coin. The reverse portrays Benedetto Pistrucci's design of Saint George slaying the dragon. British Sovereigns are also historically significant coins as they've been minted for over 500 years on five continents at seven different British Royal Mints. From the time of Queen Victoria until Britain went off the gold standard, British Sovereigns were minted as circulating gold coins with the stated value of one pound.

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