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PLYMOUTH 01752 664546 
EXETER 01392 499843 
ST AUSTELL 01726 72765 
Plymouth 01752 664546 
Exeter 01392 499843 
Code: WSAW29
2 x Full Sovereign coins


1959 and 2009

Approximately 7.98g per coin


Postage included

2009 50th Anniversary Two-Coin Sovereign Set

Presenting an exquisite offering for collectors and connoisseurs in Plymouth, Exeter, and St Austell, the 2009 50th Anniversary Two-Coin Sovereign Set from Wants Shop is a treasure trove of history and luxury. Comprising two full sovereign coins from 1959 and 2009, this set weighs approximately 7.98g per coin. Each set is backed by a 3-month guarantee, affirming its quality and authenticity.

  • Historic Significance: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of a key year in coinage, this set includes sovereigns from 1959 and 2009, offering a tangible piece of British history.
  • High Purity: Each coin is meticulously crafted, reflecting the standard of 22-carat gold purity, synonymous with sovereign coins.
  • Exquisite Packaging: Comes in a luxurious boxed presentation, making it an ideal gift for enthusiasts of fine collectibles or a splendid addition to any collection.
  • Limited Edition: This set represents a rare opportunity, especially sought after by collectors in the UK, for its uniqueness and limited availability.
  • Local Investment Appeal: An excellent investment opportunity for clients in Plymouth, Exeter, and St Austell, seeking assets that combine historical significance with lasting value.

The 2009 50th Anniversary Two-Coin Sovereign Set is more than just a collectible; it's a legacy of fine craftsmanship and royal heritage, waiting to be cherished and passed down through generations.

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