|Edward VII Half Sovereign
|Edward VII half sovereign was issued for every year of Edward VII's
reign. Matt proof half sovereigns where also issued in 1902 as part
of the coronation.
The half sovereign was also issued for use in Australia (Melbourne,
Perth and Sydney), and have a small M, P, or S mintmark.
Sovereigns produced in Ottawa (Canada) have a small C as their
The half sovereigns produced in Britain have no mintmark.
The mintmarks on the ground above the date on the George and
The obverse of the half sovereign is by George William de Saulles.
The George and dragon reverse is a modified version of Benedetto
|EDWARD VII HALF SOVEREIGN
|Position of the mintmark on the
Sovereign shown in the red circle.
In this example it is an "M"
|Courtesy of Chris Perkins