I have two very collectable NGC graded Indian gold sovereigns,1918 and 2013. The 1918 is India's very first sovereign which was minted after the "Great War" WW1 to grow the economy I am guessing,and the 2013 was India's only second ever sovereign minted after a long 95 years. The 2013 sovereign was struck in India in New Delhi by The Royal Mint of England with the support of MMTC - PAMP with the first run of 50,000 coins (did they mint more I don't know) The two graded Indian sovereigns come in a two graded coin box I purchased from Apmex in America and have lived happily side by side since I have owned them. I was also given when I purchased the 2013 sovereign a fantastic "COA" in red reading - The 2013 Gold Sovereign From India - The Royal Mint - with the coins details on the back. This sits happily above the two coins in the box,a nice little bonus. I am including Free platinum postage in the sale,the coin box (with coins) will also be put inside a small cardboard box purchased from Auspost for postage. BONUS - Sterling Silver Indian School Pendant. The school is in Bangalore/Bengaluru and was started in 1880 (stamped) it also has written on it - REVERENTIA JEHOVAE CAPUT SAPIENTIAE BANGALORE. On the backside which has a wreath around it someone has scratched with something fine and sharp - 1913 I would say the pendant is from a Christian school stating the obvious. Asking Price - $2,000.00 - All Offers Will Be Considered. If you have any questions please ask. Thanks Note - sorry I couldn't upload two more photo's of the silver school pendant but I think I have reached my limit,but it is the size of a 20c piece.