One of the most popular coins in the world, the UK sovereign is world renowned and recognised as a commodity. We sell Gold sovereigns at the lowest prices
available. Investing in gold sovereigns also allows investors to take advantage of the CGT Free status that the Gold Sovereign holds, this means that
when you buy gold sovereigns there is no capital gains tax to pay when you sell them. Investors looking for the best value in gold coins can find gold
sovereigns here at Hatton garden Metals. We offer Free Secured Storage for your items as well as Free Delivery on all our items.
Why buy a gold sovereign?
- The gold sovereign is a British coin this means your order is CGT Exempt CGT stands for Capital Gains Tax. When you come to sell this gold sovereign then you will not pay any Capital Gains Tax.
- It’s important to remember that when buying a sovereign as investment that you purchase our stock with the lowest premiums from Hatton Gardens
- You can buy specific dated sovereigns - These are popular for birthday presents, gold christening gifts. We hold large stock of dated sovereigns
- Our Best Value Full Sovereign is sold as part of our Best Value range, allowing investors to buy gold at low premiums.
If you are looking for a particular sovereign date then look no further than Hatton Garden Metals, a trusted and reputable Gold Bullion Company.
CGT Gold Sovereigns
CGT exempt gold sovereigns are a type of gold bullion coin that is exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT) in the UK. These coins are issued by the Royal Mint and are highly sought after by collectors and investors alike.
The gold sovereign has a long and storied history, dating back to the early 1800s. The coins were originally used as a form of currency and were circulated throughout the British Empire. Today, gold sovereigns are primarily used as an investment vehicle.
CGT exempt gold sovereigns are exempt from Capital Gains Tax because they are considered legal tender in the UK. This means that any profits made from the sale of these coins are not subject to CGT. This exemption applies to all gold sovereigns issued after 1837, including modern bullion versions.
In addition to their CGT exempt status, gold sovereigns also offer other benefits to investors. They are highly recognizable, easily tradable, and have a long history of holding their value. This makes them a popular choice for those looking to invest in gold bullion.