Welcome to Sovereign Rarities, a London based numismatic dealership, comprised of a team of experienced specialists who, with over one hundred years of experience are proud to offer their clients a professional and traditional service.

We are dealers in coins of exceptional quality and rarity, encompassing the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods, British and World coins, Indian and Islamic coins, Commemorative Medals, and Numismatic Books.  Our dedicated team of specialists are passionate about their respective subjects, and welcome enquiries from anyone wishing to buy, sell or auction a single coin or group or seek advice about numismatics.

Our aim is simple: to offer our collectors the highest quality material available, and to provide professional advice and a bespoke personal service.  Our experienced team of specialists are on hand to answer your enquiries, and are in regular attendance at numismatic conventions both in the U.K. and around the world.

Sovereign Rarities is a proud member of the British Numismatic Trade Association (BNTA) and abide by their code of ethics so you can have confidence in buying from us knowing that all of our coins have been carefully and professionally researched. We also work in conjunction with museums and other academic institutions and societies to promote the study of numismatics.

We are based in Mayfair in central London, where you are welcome to come and view our stock.  Please visit us, or phone or email us; we look forward to welcoming you.


George II 1754 Farthing
George II (1727-60), copper Farthing, 1754, laureate and cuirassed bust left, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, GEORGIVS....
Edward III Quarter-Noble, Treaty Period
Edward III (1327-1377), gold Quarter-Noble of one shilling and eight pence, fourth coinage, Treaty period (1361-69), quartered shiel...
Richard II gold Half Noble muled with Edward III dies
Richard II (1377-99), gold Half-Noble of three shillings and four pence, Tower Mint London, obverse utilising older Edward III Treat...
Edward I Penny class 7a, rose on breast, Canterbury
Edward I (1272-1307), silver long cross Penny, class 7a (c.1292-96), Canterbury Mint, facing crowned bust, rose on breast, Latin leg...
George IV 1826 proof Halfpenny CGS 85
George IV (1820-30), Proof bronzed copper Halfpenny, 1826, laureate head left, date below, Latin legend and toothed border surroundi...
Victoria 1880 Florin
Victoria (1837-1901), silver Florin, 1880, Gothic type, crowned Gothic type bust left, Latin legend in Gothic letters with linear an...
Edward VII 1902 Penny
Edward VII (1901-10), bronze Penny, 1902, high tide, bare head right, DES below truncation for engraver George William De Saulles, L...
Fatimid, Gold Dinar, Misr, AH386.
Fatimid, al-Hakim Abu 'Ali al-Mansur (AH 386-411 / 996-1021 AD), Gold Dinar, first coinage, Misr, AH 386, 3.99g (A 709.1; Nicol ...
France 1902-A gold 100-Francs
France, Third Republic (1871-1940), gold 100-Francs "Génie" type, 1902-A, Paris mint, Angel inscribing the Constituti...
George IV 1825 Pattern Shilling R5, PF62
George IV (1820-30), silver Pattern Shilling, 1825, second bare head left, date below, legend and toothed border surrounding, GEORGI...
Henry II Penny Worcester Godwine
Henry II (1154-89), silver short cross Penny, class 1b, Worcester Mint, moneyer Godwine, facing crowned head with linear collar, han...
Henry VIII Half-Sovereign
Henry VIII (1509-47), gold Half-Sovereign, third coinage (1544-47), Tower Mint, initial mark pellet in annulet both sides, facing cr...
East India Company, Bengal Presidency, Gold Mohur.
India, East India Company, Bengal Presidency, Gold Mohur, in the name of Shah 'Alam II, Murshidabad, AH 1199 // 19, 12.33g (KM 9...
Edward the Elder Penny, Frithberht
Edward the Elder (899-924), silver Penny, two line type, Moneyer Frithberht, small cross pattee, Latin legend and linear circles sur...
Justin I, Gold Solidus
Justin I (A.D. 518-527), Gold Solidus. Mint of Constantinople. D N IVSTI-NVS P P AVG, armed bust facing, slightly inclined to right,...
Charles I gold Unite mintmark rose
Charles I (1625-49), gold Unite of Twenty Shillings, Tower Mint, group C, third crowned bust left, class IIa, value XX in field behi...
George I 1724 WCC Shilling
George I (1714-27), silver Shilling, 1724 W.C.C., initials of the Welsh Copper Company under second laureate and draped bust right, ...
Australia George V 1936 Proof Florin PF63
Australia, George V (1910-36), silver Proof Florin (2-Shillings), 1936, Melbourne mint, crowned bust left, rev. arms, date below (KM...
William IV 1837 Halfpenny
William IV (1830-37), copper Halfpenny, 1837, bare head right, w.w. incuse on truncation for engraver William Wyon, date below, lege...
Victoria 1863 Halfpenny
Victoria (1837-1901), bronze Halfpenny, 1863, small 3, laureate "bun style" bust left, legend and toothed border surroundi...
Henry V Noble, Class C, broken annulet on hull
Henry V (1413-22), gold Noble of six shillings and eight pence, London Mint, class C, King standing in ship with upright sword and q...
Edward the Black Prince Pavillon d'Or
Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), gold Noble Guyennois a la E or Pavillon D'Or, second issue (c.1363-4), Bordeaux Mint, robed P...
Edward VI gold Sovereign mintmark tun
Edward VI (1547-53), gold Sovereign, third period (15th December 1550-6th July 1553), second coinage (from 5th October 1551) struck ...
George III 1820 Sovereign
George III (1760-1820), gold Sovereign, 1820, second laureate head right with more wiry hair, date below with open 2, Latin legend c...
Edward III Quarter-Noble, Treaty period, annulet before E
Edward III (1327-1377), gold Quarter-Noble of one shilling and eight pence, fourth coinage, Treaty period (1361-69), quartered shiel...