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Elizabeth II 2013-I Sovereign MS69

Elizabeth II (1952-), Gold Sovereign, India Mint, crowned head right, designer initials IRB below for Ian Rank Broadley, legend and outer border surrounding, ELIZABETH. II. DEI. GRA REGINA. FID. DEF, rev. St George and dragon right, date in exergue, B.P. designer initials to upper right of exergue for Benedetto Pistrucci, letter I raised at centre of ground-line signifying India Mint, edge milled (S.C7A). Brilliant as struck, has been graded and slabbed by NGC as MS69.

NGC Certification 3792672-013 with India style label.

The Latin legends translate as on obverse "Elizabeth the Second, Queen by the grace of God, Defender of the Faith."

2013 marked the first time gold Sovereigns had been struck outside the UK since the last Colonial issue of the South Africa Mint in 1932, and struck in India only for the second time ever, the first being in 1918.

The satin finish to these India minted brilliant uncirculated coins is of a different texture to that seen on UK made style gold productions.

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