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From 1892 to 1916, the standard denomination of coinage within the Austro-Hungarian Empire was the Gold Corona. Though the most popular was the famed 20 Corona coin, these coins came in a variety of denominations. Also widely issued was the 10 Corona coin. Since its re-strike, the 100 Corona coin has become highly popular, as well (though originally it was short lived).
From the Austrian Mint, this coin bears a face value of 100 corona and contains .9802 troy ounce of actual gold content. The reverse side of this coin shows the Harold Dick shield and double-headed eagle of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. A left profile bust of Emperor Franz Joseph I appears on the obverse side of this coin.
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