Gold Austrian 4 Ducat

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  • Contains .4438 oz of Gold.
  • Obverse: A right facing bust of Franz Joseph I, emperor of Austria-Hungary, surrounded by the legend in Latin.
  • Reverse: The crowned arms of the Austro-Hungarian empire with date and value.
  • Struck by the Austrian Mint.
Description

Gold Austrian 4 Ducats were first issued by the Kingdom of Austria in the first years of the 17th century, and possibly earlier. The last regular issue of the 4-ducat denomination for circulation was in 1914 during the last years of the reign of Franz Joseph I, emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, just before the start of World War I.


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