1362-1388 Goldgulden NGC MS 63

$3,375.00 USD

The Goldgulden or "Gold Gulden" was an important gold coin in medieval Europe starting in the 14th century. These coins were made in different areas within the Holy Roman Empire and served as currency in trade and business transactions. The Goldgulden represents the prosperous economy and development of German states during this time, as well as their involvement in European trade routes.

The front of the coin displays a portrait of Friederich II, with his name written in Latin as "FREDERICUS II MARGR" (Friederich II, Margrave)