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1917 George V gold sovereign London mint MS62 PCGS

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The mintage figure for 1917 is misgiving; due to World War I Britain came off the gold standard and in 1917 gold was scarce. Hence the entire mintage was retained by the Bank of England and bar a few coins they were all shipped to the US to pay for WWI debts. After passing the Gold Reserve Act in January 1934, these were all melted down, hence a very small number of coins exist today. The PCGS population report shows 20 examples, making this one of the great rarities of London mint sovereigns.


Extremey Rare 


Certified by PCGS MS62 

PRICE: 32.000,00 €