Restrike of a Popular Coin Echoes Through History
Ducats were intended as trade coins all the way up to the late 20th century. Many ducats have varying metal content, which provides purchasing options for buyers. The 1915 Austria Gold 4 Ducats AU/BU are restrikes from the Austrian Mint to commemorate the classic Austrian ducat design. They feature the bust of Emperor Franz Joseph I on the obverse and double eagles on the reverse. 1915 was a significant year because it was the year before the Emperor died. A restrike from the Austrian Mint is the official reissuing of a coin that is no longer in production. The 1915 Austria Gold Ducat's purity and weight are both guaranteed by the Austrian Mint.Product Details
- 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
- Grade Service:None
- Denomination:4 Ducat
- Mint Mark:Not Shown
- Metal Content:0.4438 troy oz
- Thickness:0.7 mm
- Diameter:40 mm
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