Gold Ducat from the last Doge of Venice!
Issued during the years 1789-1797 when Ludovico Manin reigned as Doge (Duke) of Venice. Manin was the 120th and last Doge, as he was forced to abdicate by Napoleon Bonaparte.
This Gold Zecchino (Ducat) was minted at the Venice mint and contains .1122 oz actual Gold weight. The obverse features Christ standing, and the reverse shows the Doge kneeling. This example is graded MS-62 by NGC. Tough to find in Mint State! Listed in Krause as FR#1445.
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This photograph illustrates the quality of the coin(s) you will receive, not the exact item. Coin(s) will not have toning unless otherwise noted.
|Denomination:||1 Zecchino (Ducat)|
|Metal Content:||0.1122 troy oz|