Kingdom of Hungary. Franz Josef I, Beautiful Gold 20 Korona Coin. 6.77gm!
Attractive type with Holy Crown of St. Stephen & Angels
Denomination: 20 Korona
Mint place: Kremnitz (KB)
Reference: Friedberg 250, KM-486.
Material: Gold (.900) .1960 oz AGW.
Obverse: Crowned Hungarian royal arms, held by winged angels, mintmark (K.B) below.
Legend: MAGYAR KIRALYSAG / 20 KORONA
Translated: "Hungarian Kingdom / 20 Korona"
Reverse: Figure of Franz Josef I standing, wearing crown of St. Stephen, cape, staff and orb with Hungarian double cross.
Legend: FERENCZ JÓZSEF I . K . A . CS . ÉS M . H . S . D . O . AP . KIR . 1901
The Korona (osztrák-magyar korona) was the official currency of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1892 (when it replaced the Forint as part of the adoption of the gold standard) until the dissolution of the empire in 1918.