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1925 King George V Gold Full Sovereign Perth Mint Australian Coin

1925 King George V Gold Full Sovereign George V Perth Mint Australia (Best Value) Reverse

Buy a 1925 King George V Gold Full Sovereign Perth Mint Australian Coin

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Collectable 1925 Perth Mint gold Sovereigns issued during the reign of King George V. 1,837,901 were struck with the 'P' mintmark in 1925 and are considered a scarce date, rated 'S' by Marsh, and are particularly sought-after in top grades. Perth became the third colonial outpost of the Royal Mint established in Australia and continued striking Sovereigns years after the London Mint had ceased to do so. It opened in 1899, taking advantage of the Western Australian gold rushes of the end of the nineteenth century. A total of 106 million gold Sovereigns were minted in Perth during the time the branch mint operated, and today, the Perth Mint still operates as a fully government-owned facility specialising in striking bullion and commemorative coinage and bullion bars. Each of these 1925 coins bears Sir Edgar Bertram Mackennal's large head portrait of the King with a legend around reading: 'GEORGIVS D. G. BRITT: OMN: REX F. D. IND: IMP:'. This is paired with a much older reverse design: Benedetto Pistrucci's engraving of Saint George slaying the dragon. A dynamic and instantly recognisable motif, it was created in 1817 for the first modern Sovereigns. These Australian branch mint Sovereigns conform to standard specifications, being struck in 7.98 grams of 22-carat (916.7) gold with a diameter of 22.05 millimetres. References: S 4001, Marsh 264. Minimum grade: VF - Very Fine.
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Gold 'full' Sovereign, dated 1925, struck at the Perth mint during the reign of King George V (S 4001, Marsh 264).

Portrait Of George V On 1925 Sovereigns

The first version of Edgar Bertram Mackennal's portrait of King George V, also known as the 'large head' engraving. Legend: 'GEORGIVS V D. G. BRITT: OMN: REX F. D. IND: IMP:'.

1925 Perth Mint Sovereign Reverse Design

Benedetto Pistrucci's engraving of St George and the dragon was first seen on Sovereigns in 1817. 'P' mintmark for the Perth mint is visible to the ground below with the date '1925' underneath.

Early 20th Century Sovereign Specifications

Historic branch mint Sovereign struck in 7.98 grams of 0.9167 fine (22 carat) gold. Actual gold weight: 0.2354 troy ounces. Diameter: 22.05 millimetres.

High-Grade Historic Perth Mint Sovereigns

Our historic Sovereigns are graded 'Very Fine' or better by our expert numismatists. VF coins display a high level of fine detail with some wear to the high points and marks associated with having been in circulation. The images on this webpage are stock photographs but represent the type and grade of coin available.


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