1909 Gold Sovereign Graded NGC MS64
The bare head of the King facing right. The small letters DeS (for De Saulles) below the truncation.
St George mounted slaying the dragon, the date below the exergue ground line, with B.P. (Benedetto Pistrucci) in small letters to the right.
Reference: Marsh 181
Legend Obverse: EDWARDVS VII D:G:BRITT.OMN:REX:F:D:IND:IMP:
Legend Reverse: NO LEGEND
Edge: Milled | Die Axis: Upright | Type: Circulated | Mint: London | Mintage: 12,157,099 | Rating: Common
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At the time of writing only 6 examples have been graded by NGC in this grade, with only 1 graded higher at MS65, making this a rare high grade and desirable coin of the Edward VIII reign...