Baden 1893-G 10 mark
"Baden, Grossherzogtum, Friedrich I. 1852-1907 10 Mark 1893 G. Karlsruhe. Sehr schön. (Germany, grand duchy of Baden, Frederick I, 1852-1907, ten mark of 1893, Karlsrule mint. Very fine.)"Altho Baden was not a major issuer of coins prior to unification, its issues during the Empire (1871-1918) were substantial. The Baden mint at Karlsruhe (mintmark "G") struck minor coins during the Empire and afterward until today. This type was struck 1890-1901 and is common in circulated condition.
Recorded mintage: 183,157.
Specification: 3.98 g, .900 fine gold, .115 troy oz AGW, this specimen 3.92 g.
Catalog reference: Fr-3757; KM-267; J-188.
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