Australia 1887-M Gold Sovereign Young Head St. George KM-7 NGC AU-53 AGW = 0.2355 oz.Young head left, mint mark below. No separate mintage figures are known. 1887 Gold Sovereigns - Three Types. In 1887, there were 3 different types of gold sovereign issued; Victoria Shield, Young Head St. There were also 3 Mints; Melbourne, Sydney and London.
Young Head Shield Reverse Victoria "shields" were issued from 1838 to 1887 inclusive. George & Dragon Reverse The Victoria young head St. George & dragon reverse type was issued from 1871 to 1887 inclusive. George & Dragon Reverse The "Jubilee" head was issued from 1887 to 1893 inclusive. These all have the St.
Mints In 1887, The Royal Mint in London, and the Australian mints in Melbourne and Sydney, all issued sovereigns. Availability As with many older sovereigns, availability can be quite variable, particularly in better condition.
Often we come across small batches of sovereigns, all of a particular date and mintmark, so that we have an abundant supply while stocks last, then we may not see another similar batch for years. Please check the individual pages for each of the 3 design types of 1887 sovereign.
The item "Australia 1887-M Gold Sovereign Young Head St. George NGC AU-53" is in sale since Tuesday, June 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\Australia\Gold". The seller is "marylandmetal3" and is located in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
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