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Sovereign, Charter Avenue

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
c2010HALF SOVEREIGN
Sovereign Charter Ave This name comes from a coin. The half sovereign was Britain's standard gold coin from 1817 to 1917, with a value of twenty shillings, i.e one pound. This pub was built by Thornley Kelsey of Radford Semele, their only pub in Coventry. On Thornleys being taken over by Davenports it became a Davenports pub, with a very comprehensive Davenports off licence occupying part of the site. Previously the HALF SOVEREIGN.

LICENSEES:

1983 Susan Aubrey
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