• 1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin - Grade C Reverse
  • 1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin - Grade C Obverse
  • 1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin - Grade C Reverse
  • 1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin - Grade C Obverse
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1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin - Grade C

This 1915 Austrian Gold Bullion Restrike 4 Ducat Coin has been graded as Grade C. This grading indicates that it falls short of meeting the bullion standard we typically expect. Consequently, due to this assessment, the coin is available to purchase at just 1% premium!

  • Manufactured by Austrian Mint (Münze Österreich)
  • 23.75 carat gold / 0.986 fineness
  • Contains 0.4438 troy ounce of the precious metal
  • Tax Free
  • Mintage: 496,501
  • Weight: 13.9636g
  • Diameter: 40mm


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Totals are approximate until metal prices are confirmed on the next LBMA fix.

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The Ducat

Ducats were gold coins, and also units of account, formerly used in most European countries; including Holland, Russia, Austria, and Sweden. The value of a ducat was generally about 9s. 4d, that is nine shillings and fourpence.

There was also an Italian ducat silver coin , value about 3s. 6d.

According to The Oxford English Dictionary, the first Ducat was a silver coin issued in 1140 by Roger II of Sicily, as Duke of Apulia.

In 1284, the first gold ducat, also called a zecchino (from which we get the word sequin) d'oro, was struck at Venice under the doge John Dandolo. This coin, worth about 9s., bears on one side figures of St. Mark and the Doge, and on the other a figure of Christ with the legend 'Sit tibi Christe datus quem tu regis iste ducatus'; this, though it did not originate, may have contributed to spread the name, which was subsequently applied to the gold coins of various European countries. 

Austrian 1915 Four Ducats

Ducats were issued by Austria in 1612, and probably earlier. The last regular issue of ducats was in 1914. All the 4 ducats dated 1915 are restrikes, of which there were 496,501 struck between 1920 and 1936. Four ducat coins dated 1915 are still being produced by the Austrian Mint as official restrikes.

An Austrian Tradition

There is some tradition in Austria for issuing commemorative coins posthumously. After the death of Francis I in 1765, his widow, Maria Theresa, decreed on the 21st July 1766, that coins would be issued bearing the portrait of Francis I, and the date of his death. Alphabetical mintmarks were to be used to denote the actual year of issue, with A = 1766. The posthumous coins were issued erratically.

Also after the death of Maria Theresia in 1780, the very famous Maria Theresa Thaler continued to be issued bearing her portrait and the date 1780.


The laureate head, facing right, of Emperor Franz Joseph I.



The arms of Austria superimposed upon a crowned double-headed Imperial eagle.



Diameter40 mm
Gold Weight Troy Ounces0.444
Fineness / Carat0.986 / 23.75
Mintage Figure496,501
Obverse DesignerFriedrich Leisek
Reverse DesignerFriedrich Leisek
Issuing Monarch Franz Josef I
Mint / BrandAustrian Mint
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Terms of Sale - Key Points

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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their precious metal content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.

Gold investment products are VAT free. Silver investment products are inclusive of VAT at the current rate unless otherwise stated.

All investment products are based on the live precious metal price. Prices will be fixed once the item has been added to the basket and recalculates just before checking out. 

If your product is not a graded coin and is considered a bullion item, it should be noted that these are bought and sold on low premiums over their precious metal content and not solely for aesthetic purposes; therefore, some products may have edge knocks and/or marks. These edge knocks and marks do not alter the specifications of the coins.

Please note that all investment products are exempt from the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 and therefore customers do not have the right to cancel their order once the order has been accepted. If customers no longer wish to go ahead with their investment purchase, there is an option to sell the products back to Chard (1964) Ltd instead. View our current buy back prices.

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We aim to dispatch orders within 48 hours of receiving cleared funds. Our standard delivery methods are as follows.

Orders over £60 - Fully Insured Delivery.

  • Within the UK and BFPO - Next day fully insured and tracked. Delivery starts from £6. 

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  • Within the UK and BFPO - Royal Mail 2nd Class. Your order will normally arrive within 2-3 working days. Delivery starts from £3.50.

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We offer fully insured delivery on all special delivery options. We do need to pass on the cost of this insurance as it soon adds up shipping high value gold and silver products. 

  • Orders under £1500 there is no additional fee.
  • Orders over £1500 we charge a fee in order to cover the increasing costs of insurance. For every £1500 we apply a £1 fee. 

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