At the end of the First World War, and the break-up of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the state of Yugoslavia was created. It became a united kingdom, and issued its first Gold coinage in 1931.
- Gold content of this coin is .1106 of an oz.
- Individual coins are packaged in a protective plastic coin flip.
- Obverse: Bears the portrait of king Alexander I with a counterstamp of corn or a bird below.
- Reverse: with a crowned double headed eagle on the reverse.
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These beautiful Yugoslavian Gold coins are scarce coins outside of Europe, and not often encountered. Add one of these Gold Dukat coins to your collection today!
Dates (1931-1933) of our choice, and limited by available inventory.