• Customer rating: 4,8
Need help? Call 035 203 1380

  • Austria 4 Ducat gold coin front
  • Austria 4 Ducat gold coin back
  • Pre-owned

Austria 4 Ducat gold coin

1.089,00 Per piece 78,91 Per gram

The price per gram is calculated by dividing the price per piece by the netto weight of the coin.

Out of stock Backorders not possible

Gold 4 Ducat coin with 13,77 grams fine gold. We offer gold 4 Ducat coins from various years.


Munze osterreich
Selling price
€ 1.089,00
Price per gram
€ 78,91
Net weight
13,8 gram
14,00 gram
Year of issue
Münze Österreich


Austrian gold 4 ducat

The Austrian 4 ducat gold coins are pure gold investment coins. On the obverse of this coin, Emperor Franz Joseph I is portrayed. The reverse shows the coat of arms of Austria and double imperial crowned eagles. The Austrian gold 4 Ducat has a gold content of no less than 98.60% and weighs 13.963 grams. These coins are very striking due to their small thickness of only 0.7 mm.
These coins come standard in a plastic grip bag.

Price chart

Uw browser heeft geen ondersteuning voor Canvas. Probeer het met een andere browser.
Set price alert

You will receive a notification when the desired price level is reached.

Munze osterreich

Münze Österreich

Münze Österreich, also known as the Austrian Mint, is an Austrian mint responsible for producing Austria's currency. It is a global player in the international coin industry and is renowned for its impressive collectible coins, which are supplied to many countries worldwide. In their beautiful building in Vienna, they combine craftsmanship with tradition, creating stunning coins using cutting-edge technologies. Many of these coins are developed by their in-house numismatic experts. Coins from Münze Österreich are highly sought after by both investors and collectors.

In addition to minting coins, Münze Österreich supplies planchets to other countries. Planchets are discs of silver or gold used to make coins. Since 1989, Münze Österreich has been owned by the Austrian National Bank and produces around 450 million coins annually.