DUCAT AUSTRIA 1F – 3,49 g
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The history of ducat begins in medieval Italy. Ducat was founded in Austria in the early 16th century. Until 1857 ducats were used as a payment method, until 1915 they were used as commercial coins. The ducat was minted in 1915, it’s the date when the last coins were minted. It was caused by the economic situation of the First World War.
The obverse of the ducat shows an image of Emperor Franz Joseph, who ruled over Austria-Hungary for 68 years. Franz Joseph was one of the longest reigning monarchs in modern history.
The coin is available in 1 or 4 ducats. The set includes a red case with a white silk cushion.