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1 Ducat Gold Austrian Coins (Varied Years, Condition)

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Ducat coins were the backbone of European commerce for centuries throughout the Middle Ages. The first ducat coins were introduced as early as the 13th century. The word ducat was used to refer to the coins as a “duke’s coin.” Europeans took the term from the Medieval Latin word ducatus, meaning “relating to a duke or dukedom.” One of the most popular ducat coins still available today is the 1 Ducat Gold Austrian Coin. You can now buy 1 Ducat Gold Austrian Coins of your own in varied condition from the year of our choice.

Coin Highlights:

  • Face value of 1 Ducat.
  • First produced by the Austrian Mint in 1612.
  • Available in Varied condition and years.

The first Ducat coins in Austria were produced by the Austrian Mint in 1612. Ducat coins were used as common currency throughout Holland, Russia, Austria, and Sweden during the Middle Ages, and even into the 20th century in some areas. Ducat gold coins from Austria bear a similar image on the reverse side of all coins, while the most common image on the obverse side is that of Emperor Franz Joseph I.

On the reverse side of many 1 Ducat Gold Austrian coins is the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The coat of arms includes a double-headed eagle behind a heraldic shield, with a crown atop the design. Common engravings include Latin words such as “Hvngar,” “Bohem,” and “Gal.” Other engravings include the year of minting.

The obverse side of the 1 Ducat Gold Austrian Coin includes images of Austrian emperors, with the most common being that of Emperor Franz Joseph I. His right-profile portrait is surrounded be engravings of “Franc IOS I-D-G” and “Avstriae Imperator.” The majority of 1 Ducat Gold coins available today were minted between 1807 and 1915.

Duke Leopold IV founded the Austrian Mint in 1194 using 15 tonnes of silver paid to him as a bounty for free passage from England’s Richard the Lionheart during the latter’s return from the Crusades. Today, the mint continues its operations as the official facility of the government of Austria.

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Brand: Austrian Mint

Year: Varies

Condition: Varies

Mint: Austrian Mint

Gold Content: .1106 Troy Ounces

Thickness: 0.8 mm

Diameter: 20 mm

Purity: 98.6% Pure Gold

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

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Condition: New

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