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Unite Gold Coins


The Unite gold coin is the second oldest Pound coin in English currency. It was named by James I in honour of his attempts to unify England and Scotland and followed the English Sovereign, before being replaced in later years by the Laurel.

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Charles I Unite Gold Coin - Fair

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from £696.20

1615-16 James I Gold Unite mm Tun

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from £1,689

1625 Charles I Gold Unite Group A

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from £1,828

James I Gold Unite

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from £2,208

James I Unite Gold Coin - Fine

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from £2,278

Charles I Unite Gold Coin - Near Very Fine

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from £2,440

Charles I Unite Gold Coin

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from £2,440

1625 Charles I Unite Gold Coin - mm Lis

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from £2,539

1625 Charles I Unite Gold Coin

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from £2,926

The Unite had a value of 20 Shillings like the Sovereign before it, and was produced shortly after the introduction of Noble coins. An increase in the price of gold during King James I's reign bumped the coin's value up to 22 Shillings, but this fell back to 20 Shillings when the Laurel replaced it.