Re: LOD . ILL . REX A . A . 1915-HVNGAR . BOHEM . GAL coin

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by lucyconti, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. lucyconti

    lucyconti New Member

    Can anybody help me to know the value of Austria, Joseph I, Ducat, 1915 (Restrike)
    Laureate head of Joseph I right
    LOD . ILL . REX A . A . 1915-HVNGAR . BOHEM . GAL .
    Crowned double-headed imperial eagle facing
    Reeded edge
    3.4909g, .9860 Gold, .1106oz AGW, 20mm
    KM 22676

    The coin has few dents and scartches.I have seen the same coin on net at this location

    with regards
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  3. Aidan Work

    Aidan Work New Member

    Lucy,the 20th Century Krause catalogue doesn't actually list a price as such,but indicates it by the letters 'BV',which is to indicate that the coin is sold based on bullion value.

  4. Clinker

    Clinker Coin Collector


    Especially with the minor damage, multiply .1106 times today's ending spot price of gold or tomorrow;s spot price. That's the retail price of the coin, but dealers are going to deduct 10 to 15 per cent off the BV to purchase it - they'll add 10 to 15 per cent to sell it to you.

  5. YNcoinpro_U.S.

    YNcoinpro_U.S. New Member

    Welcome to the forum Lucy
  6. lexililred

    lexililred New Member

    I hae the same coin; I just did quick search and there you were!

    Absolutely amazing. I just took out my mother's gold coin and typed in "HVNGAR" on my web browser, and you popped up. I was just looking up the type of coin it was and what it might be worth. Your description is EXACT!! Can't find anything yet, but I just started. Contact me and we can work together on it.
    Did you ever find anything out??
  7. Aidan Work

    Aidan Work New Member

    Welcome aboard,lexililred.You will learn a lot here.

  8. Aidan Work

    Aidan Work New Member

    Lexililred,it is traded based on its bullion value,hence the letters 'BV' in the price columns in Krause.The bullion price changes from day to day.One day,the gold price may shoot up,then the next day,it could come down.

  9. JeromeLS

    JeromeLS Coin Fanatic

    They are pretty only worth a tiny premium over BV
  10. Drusus

    Drusus Pecunia non olet

  11. preeves

    preeves New Member

    that is in wonderful shape. where would I sell something like this
  12. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    welcome to the forum, and most likely it is worth bullion.
    So, a neighborhood coin shop or coin show.
  13. preeves

    preeves New Member

    thank you, had it laying around time to do something with it
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