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The Hungarian 100 Korona Gold Coin, issued on various dates, is a significant piece of Hungary's numismatic history, celebrated for its historical and investment value. These coins were originally minted in .900 fine gold and have an actual gold weight (AGW) of approximately 0.9802 troy ounces (about 30.48 grams), making them a substantial addition to any gold coin collection or investment portfolio. The design typically features the iconic image of Emperor Franz Joseph I, who reigned over the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1848 to 1916, on the obverse, symbolizing the empire's strength and longevity. The reverse often displays the Hungarian coat of arms, a representation of Hungary's national identity and sovereignty. The 100 Korona gold coins were first issued in the early 20th century and have been re-struck on multiple occasions, often as restrikes dated 1908, making them widely available to collectors and investors without significantly altering the original design. These restrikes are especially popular among investors for their gold content and collectors for their historical significance, offering a tangible connection to the Austro-Hungarian Empire's rich history. The Hungarian 100 Korona Gold Coin is a testament to the region's historical depth and the enduring appeal of gold as a vehicle for preserving wealth and celebrating national heritage.
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