• The 2021 East India Company Sovereign 3 coin set
• The perfect tribute to Her Majesty, with each coin featuring a different portrait
• The reverse of each coin features a stunning reimagining of St George slaying the dragon
• Limited to just 500 sets – 250 less than the UK edition limit, but each coin struck to the UK specification
Why I recommend the 2021 East India Company Gold Sovereign Set…
The East India Company has just announced their Sovereign issue for 2021 and they have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in her 95th birthday year.
This, the exquisite 3-Sovereign Set, includes the full, half and quarter Sovereign. The coins feature a reimagining of Benedetto Pistrucci’s George & the Dragon design that has adorned the Sovereign almost without break for over 200 years.
As stunning as that design is on the reverse, it’s actually the obverse of the coins that I believe will have collectors rushing to make this new set theirs.
As a tribute to Her Majesty’s 95th birthday, The East India Company has been given special permission to use three different OFFICIAL portraits of Queen Elizabeth II from her coinage.
That includes the very first portrait of Queen Elizabeth II seen on a Sovereign.
It’s the Mary Gillick portrait and this is the first time it has been seen on a Sovereign for over 50 years. The Half Sovereign has the “Maklouf” portrait and the Quarter has the current portrait.
The coins are struck to the exact same specifications as the UK Gold Proof Sovereign range, but limited to just 500 sets. That’s 250 LESS than the UK edition limit, making this the set for the serious collector.
Alex Hanrahan, Managing Consultant
EIC 2021 3-Coin Gold Proof Sovereign Set
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- Country of Issue: St Helena
- Year of Issue: 2021
- Diameter: 13.50mm, 19.30mm, 22.05mm
- Weight: 2.00g, 3.99g, 7.98g
- Metal: 22 Carat Gold
- Finish: Proof
- Edition Limit: 500
- Denomination: 25p (Quarter Sovereign), 50p (Half Sovereign), £1 (Sovereign