The Victoria Young Head Gold Sovereign is a historic gold coin minted during the reign of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom from 1838 to 1887. The coin was introduced in 1838, just one year after Victoria ascended to the throne, and it features a portrait of the young queen on the obverse side. The reverse side of the coin features an image of St. George slaying the dragon. The Victoria Young Head Gold Sovereign is struck in 22-carat gold and has a weight of 7.98 grams.
The coin was primarily used as a circulating currency during the Victorian era, but it is also highly sought after by collectors due to its historical significance and iconic design. Despite being over a century old, the Victoria Young Head Gold Sovereign remains a favourite among collectors and investors to this day. You will receive a Young Head Victoria Gold Sovereign chosen from our stock of a variety of years.
These coins will be sold purely on the bullion value rather than any collector value. Please note these are circulated coins and may show scratches, marks and dents, this does not affect their value as bullion.