Buy Milled Crown Edward VII (1901-1910) Modern United Kingdom Coins
Edward VII was born in 1841. The eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Edward was strictly educated as a child. As he grew up, however, he became rebellious and lived for pleasure. His womanising ways were a pain point for his parents, but he soon became the figurehead of London's high society and beloved by the nation. He spent most of his life as Prince of Wales under his mother's reign and had little to do with state affairs. His diplomacy, however, saw him building relationships between Britain and other European royal families. His reign lasted under ten years and he died in 1910, ending an opulent era for Britain.
Frequently Asked Questions
The value of Edward VII coins depends on several factors including the date, the condition and where the coin was minted. High grade branch mint Sovereigns are very sought after. The current gold price will also impact how much your King Edward coins are worth so it’s worth checking out live prices before you sell.
The value of you Edward VII Sovereign depends on the date, where it was minted and the coin's condition. High grade coins (those with little wear and few scratches) are sought-after by collectors, as are coins struck in Australia and Canada, rather than in London. Contact The Britannia Coin Company today for a quote.
Gold Sovereigns struck between 1902 and 1910 featuring a portrait of Edward VII can be very valuable. Carefully examine the ground beneath the dragon on the 'tails' side of the coin. If you can see a tiny letter you could be in luck: this indicates a coin struck in Australia or Canada - the latter are particularly valuable.
The value of Sovereigns minted during the reign of Edward VII can vary drastically. Sovereigns minted at branch mints in Australia and Canada are rarer than those struck in London. Ottawa Mint and some Melbourne Mint Sovereigns can command high prices, particularly examples in good condition.
Selling Edward VII gold Sovereigns is easy with The Britannia Coin Company. Visit our Sell Your Coins page for a free, no obligation quote for your old coins. We offer market leading prices for Edward VII Sovereigns and the best thing is you don’t have to leave your house: simply post your coins to us and get a fast deposit.
The rarest Sovereigns of King Edward VII's reign were minted at the Ottawa Mint in Canada in 1908, 1909 and 1910. You can identify these by the tiny 'C' on the ground below the dragon on the reverse. Other branch mint Edward VII Sovereigns are also sought after including those struck in Sydney and Melbourne.
During the reign of King Edward VII (ruled 1901 to 1910) gold Sovereigns were minted in London as well as at branch mints across the British Empire including three in Australia: Sydney, Perth and Melbourne. In 1908 a new mint was opened in Ottawa, Canada. Sovereigns issued at this mint are quite rare.
Contact The Britannia Coin Company to get a free, no obligation quote for your gold King Edward VII Sovereign. We buy these coins for market leading prices. Visit our Sell Your Coins page for more information on how you can sell your silver and gold Edward VII coins from home and get cash fast.
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