We stock a wide range of Sovereign coins available at low margins above the live spot price. Due to their status as British legal tender all gold Sovereign coins are exempt from Capital Gains Tax, and additionally, as with all investment gold purchased in the UK, are also exempt
Buy gold Sovereign coins online at low premiums, supplied to us, uncirculated, directly from the Royal Mint. Investing in Sovereigns is a low risk, flexible and tax efficient way of making a long-term investment in a tangible, internationally recognised asset with a proven ability to hold its value in the long term.
As small units, they offer the ultimate route into gold bullion for both smaller investors and those who simply prefer to spread their wealth over a larger quantity of smaller units. This offers a level of flexibility that a 1kg bar of gold could not. Selling gold Sovereigns is quick and convenient and investors can sell off parts of their portfolio in whatever amount they choose. You can sell Sovereigns back to us by calling us on 0121 369 3000.
The gold Sovereign, along with the Krugerrand, is widely acknowledged to be the world’s leading bullion coin and, due to their global reputation, they are recognised around the world. Gold sovereign features the traditional St George and the dragon design and bears the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
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With a fineness of 916.7 (22
So the value of a Sovereign, which weighs 7.98g, containing 7.32240g of pure gold, at a time when the spot value is £28 per
Gold bullion and other precious metals are the original currency due to their intrinsic value and tend to attract large ‘safe-haven’ demand in times of economic difficulty when investors lose confidence in banks and other financial assets. In such times, the price of gold
Furthermore, as a physical, allocated asset, gold bullion coins like Sovereigns are unlikely to entirely lose their value with inflation or in times of economic crisis. This strongly differentiates them from paper money and other forms of
Sovereigns are especially attractive to UK investors due to their status as British legal tender, and, as a
What is the face value of a Sovereign?
A regular Sovereign coin will have a nominal face value of £1,
There are also other denominations of Sovereign, with face values relative to the full gold Sovereign value. These are- the Quarter, Half, Double and Quintuple. The Half Sov is the most common after the full version.