George IV Sovereigns

Sovereigns

George IV

Public domain image from wikipedia.orgGeorge IV was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover following the death of his father, George III, on 29 January 1820, until his own death ten years later. George IV had previously ruled as Prince Regent from 1811-1820 due to his father's mental illness.

George was married to Caroline of Brunswick and they had a daughter, Princess Charlotte, who died following the birth of a stillborn child. As the second son of George III (Prince Frederick) was childless, following the rules of the monarchy on his death George was succeeded by his brother, William IV.

Note that on coin, George IV is often written as Georgivs IIII.

 Obverse Reverse1821 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 9,405,114
1822 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 6,356,787
1823 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 616,770
1824 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 3,767,904
 Obverse Reverse1825 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 4,200,343
 Obverse Reverse1826 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 5,724,046
1826 Gold Sovereign Proof
Mintage: 450
 Obverse Reverse1827 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 2,266,629
1828 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 386,182
1829 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 2,444,652
1830 Gold Sovereign
Mintage: 2,387,881
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