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    BULGARIAN GOLD COIN-100 LEVA 1894.

    hello. Prompt please who is found on the BULGARIAN GOLD COIN-100 LEVA 1894?

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    If I understand the question.
    The answer is:Ferdinand I, as Prince,
    Ferdinand I of Bulgaria (February 26, 1861 - September 10, 1948) was monarch of Bulgaria as well as an author, botanist and philatelist.
    The son of Augustus of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1818-81) and his wife Clémentine of Orléans (1817-1907), he was born in Vienna as Ferdinand Maximilan Charles Leopold Marie, Duke of Saxony, later succeeding his father as prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
    He was proclaimed prince regnant of autonomous Bulgaria on July 7, 1887 in the Gregorian calendar (the "New Style" used hereinafter), ten months after the abdication of his predecessor Prince Alexander.
    Bulgaria's domestic political life was dominated during the early years of his reign by liberal party leader Stefan Stambolov, whose foreign policy saw a marked cooling in relations with Russia, formerly seen as Bulgaria's protector.
    On April 20, 1893 at the Villa Pianore in Luccia in Italy, Ferdinand married Maria Luisa Pia Teresa Anna Ferdinanda Francesca Antonietta Margherita Giuseppina Carolina Bianca Lucia Appollonia, Princess of Bourbon-Parma, daughter of Roberto I of Parma.
    They had four children:
    Boris III (1894-1943) ,Kyril (1895-1945) ,Eudoxia (1898-1985) ,Nadejda (1899-1958)
    Stambolov's fall (May 1894) and subsequent assassination (July 1895) paved the way for a reconciliation with Russia, effected in February 1896 with the conversion of the infant Prince Boris from Catholicism to Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
    Following Maria Luisa's death (January 31, 1899), Ferdinand married (February 28, 1908) as his second wife Eleonore Caroline Gasparine Louise, Princess Reuss-Köstritz (1860-1917).
    Ferdinand became king of Bulgaria upon the country's declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire on October 5, 1908. The two Balkan Wars of October 1912-July 1913 saw the partial reversal of initial Bulgarian territorial gains.
    Ferdinand abdicated on October 3, 1918 after Bulgaria's defeat in World War I, which she had entered (October 1915) on the side of Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire in an attempt to reverse the losses of 1913.
    He died in Burglassschloßen in Coburg, and is buried in St. Augustin's Catholic Churc.

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    I have this coin. I am intrestet to understend dose it cost somthing?

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    KM# 21 100 LEVA
    32.2580 g., 0.9000 Gold .9334 oz. AGW Ruler: Ferdinand I as Princ
    Date - 1894KB
    Mintage - 2500
    F - 625 USD
    VF - 750 USD
    XF - 1,350 USD
    Unc - 3,500 USD

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    Is this a price that you woud pay, or it is some regular quots or somthing?
    I dont understend.

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    The price is by Krause catalog 2006
    Poste a picture.

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Size:  188.7 KB[lang=bg]I foud this catalog. The price of gold then is 650 USD per ounce, now is doble. Those it mean that the price of the coin is also doble?[/lang]
    Last edited by boriston; 03-17-2011 at 10:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boriston View Post
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Size:  188.7 KB[lang=bg]I foud this catalog. The price of gold then is 650 USD per ounce, now is doble. Those it mean that the price of the coin is also doble?[/lang]
    The value of the gold is double, yes, you are correct.

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    [langtitle=bg]to nikola[/langtitle]

    [lang=bg]Hi, Nikola, is ther a problem with my coine?
    You did not answer me.[/lang]

 

 

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