1937 George VI Proof Gold Plain Edge Half Sovereign
Exceptionally rare, this 1937 George VI Proof Gold Plain Edge Half Sovereign was released by The Royal Mint to commemorate the King’s coronation in 1937. One of the most impressive gold coins in our exclusive collection, it features the head of King George VI on the obverse, and Pistrucci’s depiction of St George slaying the dragon on the reverse.
Made from 22 carat gold, this plain edge Half Sovereign has a weight of 3.99 grams and a fine proof finish, making it a very scarce collectable coin indeed. Delivered with a certificate guaranteeing its authenticity, it will complement every British gold coin collection.
Condition Report - No visible wear to the coin, some hairlines present, which is very common, a very scarce coin.