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Gold Guinea


BullionByPost is proud to present our range of gold Guineas, available now with free insured delivery.

These rare 22-carat Guinea coins are eagerly sought after by coin collectors and history fans all over the world, with the production of Guineas taking place between 1663 and 1814.

Monarchs featured on Guinea coins include James II, William of Orange, and George III.

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1777 George III Guinea Gold Coin

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from £891.50

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1790 Guinea Gold Coin

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from £906.50

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1694 William and Mary Gold Guinea

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from £925.10

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1776 George III Guinea - Good Fine

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from £948.70

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1777 Guinea Gold Coin

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from £956.50

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1688 James II Guinea Gold Coin

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from £958.50

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1771 George III Guinea Gold Coin

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from £960.10

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1715 George I Gold Guinea - Fine

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from £962.50

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1786 Guinea

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from £966.50

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1797 George III Guinea

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from £973.70

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1767 Guinea Gold Coin

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from £1,012

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1701 Gold Guinea William III

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from £1,077

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1773 George III Guinea Gold Coin

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from £1,079

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1689 Gold Guinea William and Mary

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from £1,152

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1679 Gold Guinea Charles II

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from £1,230

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1792 George III Gold Guinea

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from £1,257

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1722 George I Gold Guinea

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from £1,264

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1722 George I Gold Guinea -

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from £1,264

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1677 Gold Guinea Charles II

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from £1,401

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Gold Guinea coins are a British gold bullion coin, minted for several hundred years. The Guinea was the predecessor to the Pound and is 1/4 ounce in weight, making it very similar to a gold Sovereign.

The name, Guinea, is taken from the region in West Africa where the gold was sourced to make these coins - mined as part of British colonialism in the region. The area is what is now The Gold Coast, including modern-day Ghana.

Click here for more information on the Guinea and its value.