If you would like gold bullion with a historical flair, consider the Austrian-Hungarian 100 Corona gold coin. This .900 fineness gold coin was first minted from 1909 to 1915, and is still produced with a 1915 year-date by the Austrian government as a bullion coin.
This 37mm coin has an actual gold weight (AGW) of .9802 troy oz, and a total weight of 33.8753 grams (1.089 ozt). The obverse features the profile of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria, and the border is completely taken up with his titles: "Franc-Ios-I-D-G-Imp-Austr-Rex-Boh-Gal-Ill-Etc-Et-Ap-Rex-Hung" (Franz Joseph I, by the Grace of God Emperor of Austria, King of Bohemia, Galacia, Illyria etc, and Elected King of Hungary.) This may the the only time you see "etc" in a coin inscription!
The reverse features the crowned double eagle of the Imperial Austria arms, with the eagle's tail splitting the face value of 100 Corona. These coins have random dates, but the vast majority will have the 1915 date since restrikes using that date have been made for decades. Buy low premium gold and add a historic gold piece to your collection.
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