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Golden Ducats, Guilders and Crowns

Treasured for Generations

Struck in accordance with their original dies, long after the year of issue shown on them, Austrian Mint historical restrikes offer the investor a unique combination of antique appeal and the value of their gold content. They can be easily traded worldwide at a rate close to the daily gold price.

4 Ducat

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 505.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

4 Ducat avers

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 505.00

Four Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 103.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

4 Gulden avers

Modern Re-strikes
Four Gulden

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 103.00

10 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 110.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

10 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
10 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 110.50

4 Ducat plus Blister

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 505.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

4 Ducat in blister pack

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat plus Blister

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 505.00

10 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 108.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

10 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
10 Crown

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 108.00

4 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 507.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

4 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
4 Ducat plus Packing

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 507.50

100 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,060.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

100 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
100 Crown

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,060.00

1 Ducat

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 128.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

one ducat avers

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat

Ducats No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 128.00

Four Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 105.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

4 Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
Four Gulden plus Packing

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 105.50

20 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 218.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

20 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
20 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 218.50

Eight Gulden

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 206.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

Eight Gulden avers

Modern Re-strikes
Eight Gulden

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 206.00

100 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,062.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

100 Crown plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
100 Crown plus Packing

Crowns

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 1,062.50

1 Ducat in Miniblister

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 128.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

1 ducat in blisterpack

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat in Miniblister

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 128.00

20 Crown

Modern Re-strikes

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 216.00

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

20 Crown avers

Modern Re-strikes
20 Crown

Crowns No Face Value

Uncirculated

Dating back to the currency reform of 1892, the Crown became the first gold currency in Austria’s history when 10 and 20 crown coins were issued in place of the Gulden. The stately and much larger 100 crown coin was issued on Emperor Franz Joseph’s diamond jubilee in 1908.

€ 216.00

1 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 130.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

1 Ducat plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes
1 Ducat plus Packing

Ducats

Uncirculated

Originating in medieval Italy, the Ducat was first struck in Austria in the early 16th century. While losing their status as legal tender in 1857, both 1 and 4 ducat pieces were used as trade coins until 1915, the year shown on these magnificent modern re-strikes.

€ 130.50

Eight Gulden plus Packing

Modern Re-strikes

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 208.50

Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

8 Gulden

Modern Re-strikes
Eight Gulden plus Packing

Guilders No Face Value

Uncirculated

Originally a silver-based currency dating from the 19th century, the Gulden was issued to circulate freely within the Latin Monetary Union, comprising France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. Austria, however, struck its very own impressive 4 and 8 gulden coins in gold up until 1892.

€ 208.50