|Mass||2 grams g|
|Composition||.917 gold, .083 copper or other metals|
|Gold||.058 troy oz|
|Years of minting||2009–present|
|Mint marks||Present on some commemorative examples|
|Design||Reigning British monarch|
|Design||Saint George and the Dragon|
The Quarter sovereign is a commemorative British coin denomination whose introduction was announced by the Royal Mint in January 2009. Comprising 2 grams of 22 carat or 0.9170 fine gold, the 13.5 mm diameter quarter sovereign is the smallest modern legal tender British gold coin. It is a quarter of the weight of a sovereign with a AGW of 0.05896 troy oz. As of 2019[update] it continues to be minted.
- "Quarter Sovereigns - Available February 2009". goldsovereigns.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-05-30.
- "Quarter-Sovereign 2017 | Gold Sovereigns | The Royal Mint". The Royal Mint. Retrieved 2017-05-30.
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