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These so-called "trade gold coins", which have a premium on the current price of gold, as are gold bullion coins. These coins are copies by the Mint of Austria and all bear the year 1892, the year in which they were last officially minted. The two motifs are completely identical, except for the nominal specification, which occurred respectively in Florin (Fl) and Franc (Fr). One side shows a portrait of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1848-1916), the other the Austrian Coat of Arms with two denominations. The edge is smooth with engraved edge lettering. Here, too, copper was used as alloy metal.
The annual circulation figure was much lower compared to the ducats. The record year of of the 4-guilder coin with 211,343 pieces was 1977 and of the 8-guilder coin 1968 with 336,719 pieces. In other years, there was no or only very small editions. With 500 minted copies, the last edition of the 8-guilder piece was issued in 1988. The 4-guilder piece was last minted the 1999.
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