1 oz Gold Austrian 100 Corona
The Austrian 100 Corona gold coin was one of the most popular bullion choices in the 1970’s prior to the approach of the present day bullion time.
The original Austrian 100 Corona gold coin was issued to honor the 60th anniversary of the reign of Franz Joseph I and was minted between 1908 and 1914. The reverse side of this coin shows the Austrian Coat of Arms, a double eagle with crown.
The edge of the Austrian 100 Corona is set-inwards with the term Vnitis Viribvs the personal motto of Emperor Franz Joseph I meaning “With United Forces”.
Today’s Austrian 100 Corona gold coins have a comparative look however are dated 1915. These cutting edge re-strikes are delivered by the Austrian Mint.
- Contains .9802 oz actual Gold weight.
- Obverse: Each coin depicts a right facing bust of Austrian Emperor and Hungarian King Franz Josef I.
- Reverse: A regal design that displays the coat of arms of Austria superimposed over a crowned imperial double-headed eagle.
- Minted at the Austrian Mint.