EDWARD VII 1902 11-COIN PROOF SET (SOVEREIGN TO MAUNDY PENNY) BOXED

Edward VII 1902 Set

£2,500.00

Edward VII 1902 Set

Edward VII 1902 Matt Proof Set

Edward VII (1901-10), Matt Proof two gold and nine silver coin Set. Struck in 1902 the Coronation year, contains a gold Sovereign, Half-Sovereign, silver Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set. All coins housed in original Royal Mint case with gold block crest and lettering. Coins are toned with a few surface marks, practically as struck.

These “short gold” proof sets were produced to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII on the 9th August 1902 (having been postponed from 26th June due to the King’s appendicitis). The set had a mintage of 7,057 sets which less than the full “long” gold matt proof set. This year is the only time a matt finish set has been produced for a Coronation.

As an alternative take a look at; Edward VII Matt Proof £5 or Victoria 1887 Half Sovereign

For comparisons of this coin, please take a look at my good friends website https://www.amrcoins.com/coins-for-sale/recently-sold-saxe-coburg-gotha/

Alternatively, take a look at https://www.acsearch.info whereby auction results can be viewed, please note that these results are normally shown before Buyers Premium and VAT

Please note that GMCoins is not responsible for the content on any associated website.

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Description

Edward VII 1902 Set

Edward VII 1902 Matt Proof Set

Edward VII (1901-10), Matt Proof two gold and nine silver coin Set. Struck in 1902 the Coronation year, contains a gold Sovereign, Half-Sovereign, silver Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set. All coins housed in original Royal Mint case with gold block crest and lettering. Coins are toned with a few surface marks, practically as struck.

These “short gold” proof sets were produced to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII on the 9th August 1902 (having been postponed from 26th June due to the King’s appendicitis). The set had a mintage of 7,057 sets which less than the full “long” gold matt proof set. This year is the only time a matt finish set has been produced for a Coronation.

As an alternative take a look at; Edward VII Matt Proof £5 or Victoria 1887 Half Sovereign

For comparisons of this coin, please take a look at my good friends website https://www.amrcoins.com/coins-for-sale/recently-sold-saxe-coburg-gotha/

Alternatively, take a look at https://www.acsearch.info whereby auction results can be viewed, please note that these results are normally shown before Buyers Premium and VAT

Please note that GMCoins is not responsible for the content on any associated website.

Additional information

Metal

Gold, struck to 22ct. Silver struck to Sterling .925

Year

1902

Finish

Matt Proof, Coins are toned with a few surface marks, practically as struck.

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