Gold Sovereigns - India
Production of Gold Sovereigns only lasted for one year in India - 1918. During these 12 months the refinery minted nearly 1.3 million of these gold coins for circulation throughout the British Empire and Commonwealth nations.
Coins produced at the Bombay Mint in India bore the letter I above the date on the reverse side of the coin, and featured the portrait of King George V on the obverse (front).
The Indian Mint was granted permission to produce commemorative editions of the coin in 2013 and 2014, and again more recently in 2018 and 2019. Click here for more information about Sovereign Mint Marks.