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Gold collector coin issued in 2014 in commemoration of the Gold Florin of Queen Mary This gold coin is the third part of the series "Mediaeval Hungarian Gold Florins 1305-1525" issued by the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary). The gold collector series started in 2012 with the gold coin of Charles I and was followed in 2013 by the gold coin of Louis the Great. The 2014 year coin depicts the designs of the gold florin of Queen Mary, incorporating the common Hungarian-Anjou coat of arms (obverse) and the standing figure of King St.Ladislaus (reverse). During her reign between 1382-1395, Mary continued the coinage of his father, Louis the Great. However, a cross in a circle, which was used exclusively on the coins minted under Queen Mary's reign made her coins different to those of her father. This so called mint mark has also been illustrated on the collector coin by the designer Soltra E. Tamás. From 2014, the Magyar Nemzeti Bank started to issue brass version coins of its precious metal collector coin issues. The base metal coins are similar to the precious metal coins in design and diameter, but different in weight and face value. The 2,000 forint denomination brass coins are sold at face value until the stocks last, without any time limitation.
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