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Best Value Austrian 20 Corona Gold Coin 1915 (Restrike)

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Weight: 6.77g
Metal Purity g.900
Metal Type gold
Stock In Stock
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Gross Weight (grams) 6.77
Fineness 900.0

Gold Austrian Coronas coins are highly sought after by numismatists and coin collectors for their historical and aesthetic qualities. These coins were first issued in 1908 to serve as the main circulation coin of Austria, this coin has a face value of 20 Corona. This coin is 6.77g in weight with a fineness of 900.0 and is composed of  (6.09 grams) of pure gold.

The obverse of the coin features a bust of Emperor Franz Joseph I, who was the longest-reigning monarch in Austrian history from 1848 to 1916. The reverse side of the coin depicts a crowned imperial double eagle holding an orb and sceptre in its talons, with “Austria” written below it.

A “restrike” coin is a term used in numismatics to denote a coin that has been minted again using original or reproduction dies, often with the intention of creating a faithful replica of a significant or historical coin. It is important to note that while restrikes resemble the original coin in design and composition, they are distinguished by the 1915 date.

This listing is for a 1915 restrike version of this coin. These were official restrikes made by the Austrian mint.

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Gold Austrian Coronas coins are highly sought after by numismatists and coin collectors for their historical and aesthetic qualities. These coins were first issued in 1908 to serve as the main circulation coin of Austria, this coin has a face value of 20 Corona. This coin is 6.77g in weight with a fineness of 900.0 and is composed of  (6.09 grams) of pure gold.

The obverse of the coin features a bust of Emperor Franz Joseph I, who was the longest-reigning monarch in Austrian history from 1848 to 1916. The reverse side of the coin depicts a crowned imperial double eagle holding an orb and sceptre in its talons, with “Austria” written below it.

A “restrike” coin is a term used in numismatics to denote a coin that has been minted again using original or reproduction dies, often with the intention of creating a faithful replica of a significant or historical coin. It is important to note that while restrikes resemble the original coin in design and composition, they are distinguished by the 1915 date.

This listing is for a 1915 restrike version of this coin. These were official restrikes made by the Austrian mint.

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