Significant Gold Sovereign release to mark the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria
2019 marks the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria. A landmark of genuine historic importance, Victoria was the Queen who reigned over an increasingly expanding Empire and is recognised as one of our nation’s most significant monarchs, reigning for over 63 years.
Today you have the opportunity to secure brand new British Isles Quarter Sovereign release that has been issued for this key royal anniversary. Limited to just 1,999 pieces worldwide, the 2019 Queen Victoria 200th Anniversary Quarter Sovereign has been struck in pure 22 Carat Gold to an immaculate proof finish. With this small edition, a sell-out is expected shortly after release.
The new gold sovereign release also features a magnificent new reverse design that features four effigies of Victoria from throughout her reign – portraits that are inspired by those seen on her coinage during the 19th Century.
The coin comes housed in Presentation Wallet with Certificate of Authenticity. With limited numbers available and the significance of these key royal anniversary, a swift response is highly recommended before a sell out is confirmed.
Key Issue Information:
- Introducing the brand new British Isles Quarter Sovereign release issued to mark the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria
- Just 1,999 coins will be issued – a sell-out is expected to be confirmed
- The new Quarter Sovereign release is minted in 22 Carat Gold to an immaculate proof finish
- The newly commissioned design features four effigies of Victoria through her reign, inspired by key portraits seen on British coinage during her long and historic monarchy
- Housed within Presentation Wallet with Certificate of Authenticity
Metal: 22 Carat Gold
Year of mintage: 2019
Edition Limit: 1,999
Country of issue: Alderney
Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II
Reverse: Four portraits of Queen Victoria
Delivery via Royal Mail
Estimated Delivery Time: 7-10 Working Days
Delivery available throughout the United Kingdom