Denmark Gold 20 Kroner
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Buying Denmark 20 Kroner Gold Coins
Slightly larger than British gold sovererigns but far scarcer in the market, Denmark 20 kroner gold coins are a fine addition to any gold portfolio or collection of classic European gold coins.
Denmark gold 20 kroner coins were minted from 1873 to 1917, featuring three successive rulers of Denmark: Christian IX, Frederik VIII, and Christian X. Although production resumed in 1926, 1927, 1930, and 1931, no coins from these years were released into circulation.
Decimal system gold
The gold kroner succeeded the ore as the basic unit of Danish coinage in 1873, when the nation changed over to a decimal system. In the new system, 100 ore was equal to one krone. Gold kroner coins were minted in just two denominations, the 10 and 20 kroner. A parallel change to decimal gold coinage was made by Sweden in the same year, creating the 20 kronor gold coin of the same size and weight as the Denmark 20 kroner.
Denmark 20 kroner gold coins offer all the benefits of bullion plus exceptional scarcity, financial privacy, excellent minting, and classic European beauty at close to gold bullion prices.
|Content:||.2593 oz gold|