1750 Gold Ducat NGC MS 63 PL

$11,813.00 USD

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The Gold Ducat was a coin used widely across Europe and holds a storied place in Germany's monetary history. It was often struck in high purity gold and served both as a trade coin and a store of value. The year 1750 falls within the period of the Holy Roman Empire, a time when numerous states within the German region issued their own coinage
Obverse: The likeness of the ruling monarch or state emblem.
Reverse: Coat of arms, state symbols, or inscriptions indicating the coin's value and origin.