The British Sovereign
Complimentary Shipping with British Sovereign Gold Bullion Coins
The original gold sovereigns were minted in 1489 during the reign of Henry VII. The British Sovereign gold bullion coin was reintroduced in 1817 at the height of the British Empire.
The nickel-sized piece’s
name, “sovereign,” was
inspired by the coin’s
impressive size and regal portraiture, the earliest of which boasted the forward-facing
king seated in his throne, while the royal
coat of arms, resplendent with shield and Tudor double
rose, adorned the reverse.
The utmost care and detail were
employed during the design and minting process by the British Royal Mint,
to garner the reigning monarch’s
seal of approval. Recognized worldwide, the renowned coin features the bust
of the currently reigning king or queen, while
the reverse portrays Benedetto
Pistrucci’s design of Saint George
slaying the dragon. The British Sovereign’s
utility and immediate liquidity made it a must-have
for military heroes such as World War II Allied forces pilots, who carried
the coins in their survival kits, as well as American
pilots in Desert Storm, who carried them as
their emergency money in case they were downed in Iraqi territory. The privacy,
portability, and instant liquidity worldwide of genuine gold sovereigns enhance
the current value of this 22-karat
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British Sovereign Pricing
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Gold Bullion Prices are Indications Only
Gold bullion prices quoted on these pages are based on the live market price of the metals. The bullion prices on our website are updated constantly Monday through Friday – from 8am to 5pm CST. You never pay more than the going market price plus a small premium for minting and distribution. To buy gold bullion from Blanchard and Company, Inc. please call 1-800-880-4653 or you can buy gold bullion online.
When you place an order request for gold bullion online a Blanchard and Company, Inc. Account Executive will contact you to confirm and complete your bullion order. When a Blanchard and Company, Inc. Account Executive confirms your order for gold bullion, you’re locked in at the quoted price at that moment. We give you an order confirmation number, which guarantees your price. There’s no need to worry about market fluctuations. Regardless of whether the market goes up, you pay your confirmed price for gold bullion coins.
We accept orders at these prices subject only to any change in the spot price of bullion at the actual time of your confirmed phone order with us.
All orders for gold bullion are subject to acceptance by Blanchard and Company, Inc. Bullion prices can change rapidly and we reserve the right to refuse orders over the Internet due to volatile prices.
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