1915 Austria Gold 20 Coronas AU (Restrikes)

PRODUCT ID: 11925

  • $328.45

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The Austrian 20 corona is one of the most popular Gold coins in the world for its recognizable design and Gold content. 

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .1960 oz of Gold.
  • Multiples of 50 are packaged in tubes. Individual coins will be in protective packaging.
  • 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.
This stunning Gold bullion coin is very popular for its .1960 oz Gold content, and classic design. Add some of these Austrian 20 Corona coins to your cart today! 

Gold 20 Coronas were first issued by the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1892 following that year's coinage reform. The last regular issue of the 20 Corona for circulation was in 1916 during the last years of the reign of Franz Joseph I, during World War I when Gold coinage production ceased.

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