Latin Monetary Union - For more than a decade, the euro has been the currency for the majority of European countries, making payments throughout these countries much easier. Long before the euro, however, there was a similar currency union already available in Europe – the Latin Monetary Union.
In the 19th century, Belgium, France, Italy and Switzerland built the foundation of this union to unify European currencies into a single currency that could be used in all member states. Many countries joined the “Latin Monetary Union Standard” and minted Gold and Silver coins according to common specifications.
Many of the Gold coins you will find in this category are familiar, like the French 20 Francs Gold Rooster, but others may be more obscure, like the Serbian 10 Dinara. We offer Gold Latin Monetary Union coins from a variety of countries and years in a range of conditions, providing opportunities no matter what you're looking for.
To view available Latin Monetary Union Gold coins or to get Gold prices, click on the image below representing the Latin Monetary Union Gold coins of your interest: