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Gold has been used as money for many reasons. It is fungible, with a low spread between the prices to buy and sell.

Gold is also easily transportable, as it has a high value to weight ratio, compared to other commodities, such as silver. Gold can be divided into smaller units, without destroying its metal value; it can also be melted into ingots, and re-coined. The density of gold is higher than most other metals, making it difficult to pass counterfeits. Additionally, gold is extremely uncreative, hence it does not tarnish or corrode over time.

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The Quarter-Sovereign 2018 with 65 mint mark
The Quarter-Sovereign 2018 with 65 mint mark£180.00
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The Half-Sovereign 2018 with 65 mint mark
The Half-Sovereign 2018 with 65 mint mark£310.00
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Lunar Year of the Dog 2018 UK Tenth-Ounce Gold Brilliant Uncirculated Coin
Lunar Year of the Dog 2018 UK Tenth-Ounce Gold Brilliant Uncirculated Coin£225.00
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The Britannia 2017 UK Fortieth-Ounce Gold Proof Coin
The Britannia 2017 UK Fortieth-Ounce Gold Proof Coin£70.00
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The 2015  The Christmas 12 Drummers Drumming Gold Angel Coin
The 2015 The Christmas 12 Drummers Drumming Gold Angel Coin£130.00   £105.00
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