The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign
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The first Sovereign of Her Majesty’s reign

The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign obv rev
The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign box
The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign capsule
The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign reverse
The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign obverse

The first Sovereign of Her Majesty’s reign

• The first portrait of the Queen to be used on her coinage

• Features the classic St George and Dragon design by Benedetto Pistrucci

• Struck from 22 Carat Gold 

• Most reproduced portrait of all Queen Elizabeth II coinage

• Comes in a FREE Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign Collection Presentation Case worth £39.99



Why I recommend The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign…

It wasn’t until 1957 that the Sovereign returned due to international demand for bullion coins.

The first sovereigns of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign bore the Mary Gillick portrait of the young queen and this was engraved especially for her new coinage.

The Gillick portrait is the most reproduced portrait of all – still used on the Maundy Money distributed each year by Her Majesty.

Secure your Gillick Sovereign with a FREE Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign Collection Presentation Case worth £39.99 today, which gives you the perfect home for your QEII Sovereigns.

Alex Hanrahan, Managing Consultant

 

The Queen Elizabeth II Gillick Gold Sovereign

Price £575.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)
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Price £575.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Years of Issue: 1957-1968
  • Metal: 22 Carat Gold
  • Weight: 7.98g
  • Diameter: 22.05mm

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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