By far the most popular post on our blog (to date) is our ‘How much is my gold Sovereign worth?‘ article, which looks at the up-to-date gold Sovereign value in US Dollars, UK Pounds and Euros.
Over the past few months, we’ve been aware this article (and indeed the whole site) is being used as a reference guide by overseas visitors who’s currency may be something other than those quoted. To address this, we hope the following table is of help, which lists the value of a gold Sovereign in a total of 13 different currencies.
Gold is traded on the international commodity markets using the US Dollar. Therefore, the value of a Sovereign in other currencies is also subject to the prevailing exchange rate.
The quick method of working out the bullion value of a gold Sovereign
If you ever need to quickly calculate the bullion value of a Sovereign, take the prevailing gold price (in Troy ounces) and multiple by 0.235 – this will give you the current value to within a few pence.
Gold Sovereign value by currency
Our current chart lists the value in 13 currencies.
|Currency||Gold Sovereign Value|
|US Dollar||$ 288.00|
|UK Pound||£ 220.89|
|Australian Dollar||$ 391.42|
|Brazilian Real||$ 1,106.03|
|Canadian Dollar||$ 381.05|
|Swiss Franc||CHF 287.44|
|Chinese Yuan||¥ 1,934.27|
|Indian Rupee||₹ 19,755.53|
|Japanese Yen||¥ 32,463.36|
|Mexican Peso||₱ 5,464.70|
|Russian Ruble||₽ 18,166.31|
|South African Rand||ZAR 3,844.44|
Don’t forget, the above table simply gives you the bullion value of a Sovereign, based on its gold content. There are many coins that are worth much more than this due to their scarcity and/or condition.
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