Vicky C. writes: I have 3 100 Korona gold coins. The date is 1908. Magyar Kiralysag is on one side. Two angels a shield and a crooked cross at the top of a crown and a shield on the other. I would love to read about it and to see how much it is worth. Thanks Vicky
Since only 4,038 pieces were originally minted of this date, the vast majority of 1908 Hungarian 100 Koronas encountered are “restrikes”, that is made after the date on the coin. These coin have been restruck as gold bullion coins from around the 1950’s to the present time. They contain almost an ounce of gold (.9802 of a troy ounce pure gold). To find the approximate value of each coin, multiply the above decimal against the current gold price.