Some of the most popular options for coin enthusiasts looking to buy gold in the 21st century are former circulation pieces. The gold coins issued by national mints from the United States to Britain and continental Europe were heavily circulated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with most of these coins boasting 90% gold content. Today, Gold 20 Kroner Danish Coins from the reign of King Christian IX are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside individual plastic flips!
- Released between 1873 and 1906!
- Offered in circulated condition!
- Consists of .2592 Troy ounces of actual gold content.
- The face value of 20 Kroner is fully backed by the Danish government.
- On the obverse is a bust of King Christian IX.
- The reverse features a seated figure with the Royal Banner of the Kings.
- Please bear in mind the coins you receive may have varied or matching date marks. We are not able to guarantee which date you receive.
King Christian IX became King of Denmark in 1863. Christian IX enjoyed a long reign that lasted from 1863 until his death in 1906. He was part of a junior branch of the House of Oldenburg and was not originally in line to the throne of Denmark. Because the immediate line of succession lacked a direct heir, Christian IX ascended to the throne upon the death of his second cousin, King Frederick VII.
All of the Gold 20 Kroner Danish Coins of Christian IX available here come with individual plastic flips. Coins in this listing come in circulated condition, indicating that each one will show common signs of handling such as scuff marks, contact marks, or hairlines that result from handling. Please note that these coins are chosen at random and we are not able to guarantee the date and design of the coin you choose. If you buy more than one, you may get matching dates.
On the obverse of the Gold Kroner Danish Coin is a depiction of King Christian IX of Denmark. His reign saw the introduction of Kroner denominations in gold coins, with the 10 and 20 Kroner coins introduced in 1863 when he ascended to the throne.
The reverse field of Gold 20 Kroner Danish Coins comes with an image of a seated figure. This seated figure is shown in left-profile relief with a scepter in its right hand. Its left hand is resting on a shield that is known as the Royal Banner of the Kings of Denmark. The banner includes three lions in a stacked formation with crowns on each head. The seated figure is shown above a porpoise.
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