Take a step back in time with the King George coins available through Jaggards

The era of King George VI and King George V left an indelible mark within the world of coin collection, reflected in the beautiful coins minted during their reigns. King George V, who ruled from 1910 to 1936, saw the introduction of iconic coin designs featuring his image. Similarly, King George VI, reigning from 1936 to 1952, continued this legacy, leaving treasures that stand the test of time.

The years 1806, 1917 and 1918, in particular, mark significant periods in the journey of King George coins. For instance, the 1806 King George coin, produced by the British Royal Mint, featured King George III, showcasing the elegance of the time. Meanwhile, World War I saw the production of the 1917 King George coin and the 1918 King George coin.

Jaggards is the number one place to buy rare and beautiful King George coins in Australia. Shop our extensive collection of King George coins and pick up one for your kit today.

Unpacking the value of the King George coin

Due to their historical significance and artistic appeal, King George coins offer compelling investment opportunities for investors and coin enthusiasts alike. Coins from notable years, especially those with lower mintages, can appreciate in value over time. The limited availability of certain varieties also contributes to their desirability among those seeking tangible assets with fantastic growth potential.

For many savvy investors, precious metal coins, like the King George coin, also serve as a safe asset to hold in economic uncertainties, providing stability in diversified portfolios. In terms of the price of King George coins, consumers can expect to find options that can accommodate modest and more premium budgets.

Preserve the history of the King George coin in Australia with Jaggards

At Jaggards, our commitment to excellence and authenticity shines through our diverse collection of King George coins. From sovereigns to commemorative pieces, each coin is a testament to the craftsmanship and historical significance of the time. Our collection of King George coins is a flawless connection between the past and present, making them a cherished addition to any collector’s kit.

View the price of King George coins and explore our curated selection today. For more information about our authentic collection of King George coins, please do not hesitate to contact us or visit our FAQs page.


The value of a King George coin depends on factors such as its denomination, year of issue and condition. Common King George VI or King George V coins, particularly those in circulated condition, may have a modest value, while rare or well-preserved examples can command higher prices among collectors.

The value of a King George sovereign is based on factors such as its year of minting, physical condition and rarity. Common King George sovereigns, particularly those from more recent years, may be valued close to the current gold market price, while older or rarer sovereigns in excellent condition can fetch higher prices among collectors and investors.

Yes, King George VI and King George V appeared on various coins during their reigns. Their images were featured on coins issued by countries within the British Empire, including Australia and the United Kingdom.

Yes, certain George VI coins can be valuable, especially those with lower mintages, rare varieties, or coins in exceptional condition. Collectors and investors often seek these coins, which can positively contribute to their market value.