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An excellent Edwardian 9ct gold full sovereign case in fantastic condition in a highly polished finish. It looks hardly used at all and has been engraved on the front with initials E W & A in 1908. This case has a firm clasp and closes tightly, it has been fully hallmarked for 1906 in Birmingham. A great example of an antique sovereign case of the period. 


Sovereign purses or holders usually seen in silver were more rarely made in gold and would hold about five or six gold sovereigns. They were typically made to be carried on one end of a gentleman's Albert or watch chain. 


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MEASUREMENT – 30mm diameter 


WEIGHT – 16.5g


MATERIALS – 9ct gold


HALLMARKS – Fully hallmarked for 9ct, Birmingham, 1906


CONDITION – Overall very good commensurate with age and use. No repairs or dents to the case at all, the case opens and closely securely and the internal spring loaded holder works perfectly.

Edwardian 9ct Yellow Gold Monogram Sovereign Case Circa 1906

  • 30mm diameter


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