This half sovereign is dated 1914, just at the start of the First World War. The front depicts an image of St George slaying then Dragon. The date is at the 6 o'clock position. The rear shows the head of King George V, who was monarch at the time. This half sovereign is loosely fitted to the surround. Although it is encased to ensure that it does not fall out. The mount itself is hallmarked 9c gold. However the date mark is difficult to identify. The shank is of a plain band at the bottom of the ring, splaying into a wider filigree type support for the coin itself.
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