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Hungarian Gold Coins Recall Imperial Days

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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Hungarian Gold Coins Recall Imperial Days

Oct. 14, 2010

The emperor of Austria, king of Bohemia, and apostolic king of Hungary is featured on the front, or obverse of the Hungary 10 Korona, Hungary’s gold coin.

Struck between 1892 and 1915, each coin contains .0980 ounces of gold and weighs 3.3875 ounces.

The reverse of the coin features angels supporting the crowned shield, the 10 Korona denomination, and the words 'MAGYAR KIRALYSAG', Hungarian for Kingdom of Hungary.

Franz Joseph I served from 1848 to 1916, during which he survived an assassination attempt. As a ruler, he built Austria-Hungary into Europe's second-largest country geographically and the third most populous.

Though the empire is long gone, its wealth is reflected in these timeless gold coins. 

You can learn more about these coins and how to add physical gold to your portfolio by calling Goldline at 1-800-963-9798.

 

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