Hungary, Silver 1 Kroner

The Holy Roman Empire, which was neither Holy, nor Roman nor an empire, basically encompassed Austria and Hungary. The coins of Hungary are the hardest to get, so I am proud to offer you a 1 Kroner of Hungary dated 1912-1916. On the obverse you have the uncrowned bust of Franz Joseph I and on the reverse you have a crown above the denomination. These are beautiful untouched silver coins in Extremely Fine condition. Dates of our choice but up to three different dates are available.
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SKU: FHU9908
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