Ducats Gold Coins for Sale
The gold ducats of the Austrian Empire were minted from 1872 to 1915. Officially produced copies still list the year 1915. In German-speaking countries, gold ducats are often more popular than gold bullion coins. Compared to the classical gold ounces, the low denominations of gold ducats offer a cheap alternative to investing in larger quantities of gold.
Technical data about Dukat Gold:
Mint: Austrian Mint Denomination: 1 ducat, 4 ducats Precious Metal: gold 986/1000 , Fine Weight: 3,491 g and 13.964 g Diameter: 19.75 mm and 39.50 mm Thickness: 0.75 mm and 0.71 mm Edge: Notched
Front Motif: The front of each coin bears an image of Franz Joseph I, the former Emperor of Austria, along with the inscription Franc Ios IDG Austriae Emperor.
Reverse Motif: The reverse features the national emblem of the Empire of Austria: a crowned double-headed eagle of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. It also features the inscription LOD ILL REX AA and Hungar Bohem Gal. Each coin also lists the year in which it was minted.
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