The British Gold Half Sovereigns were first minted in 1544 under the rule of King Henry VIII.
Since its inception, it has seen various changes in its design with the changing monarchs. Although it is one of the longest running series, it also has low supply due to several pauses in its production throughout history. It is still being produced today as a collector’s coin. The coins struck from 1911-1936 fall under the reigning period of George V. These British Gold coins are excellent golden time piece memorabilia of Great Britain history. Once utilized as currency before the issuing of the British pound and ten shillings. It is a very sought-after coin in the numismatist world.
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