We have experience and expertise in Australia's rarest half sovereigns

We have experience and expertise in Australia's rarest circulating half sovereigns.

Whereas sovereigns were struck according to the amount of gold that was discovered in any one year, half sovereigns were only ever struck according to economic demand.

This market segment is harder and more expensive to collect in - that complete sets of half sovereigns are exponentially more difficult to complete only makes them more appealing to the dedicated collectors that pursue them.


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Our staff have written a number of detailed articles on the many different kinds of half sovereigns that we handle, a number of them have been published in the Coin and Banknote magazine. We've also written a number of articles to help collectors on their way to building a collection of banknotes that has real meaning and lasting value.

Some of the articles we've published include:

1855 Sydney Half Sovereign - Australia’s Rarest Circulating Gold Coin

The 1856 Sydney Half Sovereign With The Type 2 Reverse - Accident or Design

The 1858 Type II Sydney Mint Half Sovereign With the "RR" Reverse Legend Error

The 1918 Perth Half Sovereign - A Truly Enigmatic Coin