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    2024 1/40 oz Proof British Gold Britannia Coin (In Card)
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    2024 1/10 oz British Gold Britannia Coin (BU)
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    2023 1 oz British Gold Merlin Coin (BU)
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    All British Gold Coins at JM Bullion

    The Royal Mint of England is one of the most storied mints in world history. The history of the Royal Mint can be traced back to the 9th century during the reign of King Alfred the Great. Coins were initially produced at various mints across England, but the Royal Mint in London became the central mint in the 13th century.

    Brief History of British Gold Coins

    One of the earliest significant gold coins minted in England was the Gold Noble, introduced in 1344 during the reign of Edward III. The Noble was a large, valuable coin featuring a depiction of the king standing in a ship. It was widely used in trade and became a symbol of English wealth and power.

    The Gold Guinea was introduced during the reign of Charles II in 1663. It was initially valued at one pound sterling and featured the image of the king on horseback. The Guinea remained in circulation for nearly two centuries and was considered a prestigious coin.

    The Sovereign, one of the most iconic gold coins in the world, was first minted during the reign of Henry VII in 1489. It featured a depiction of the reigning monarch on the obverse and the royal coat of arms on the reverse. The Sovereign was known for its consistent weight and purity, making it a trusted and respected coin in international trade.

    Modern Gold Bullion

    The Sovereign and the Half-Sovereign remain iconic gold coins produced by the Royal Mint to this day. These coins are highly regarded for their quality, and they are often sought after by collectors and investors. The modern history of this series has been dominated by the reign of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, with the Queen appearing on the coins from 1952 to 2022. In 2023, King Charles III ascended to the obverse of Sovereigns.

    Over time, other gold collections have been designed and offered by the Royal Mint that include the following collections:

    • British Queen’s Beasts (2016-2021)
    • British Tudor Beasts (2022-present)
    • British Britannia (1987-present)

    Invest in British Gold at JM Bullion

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