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Hungarian Coins

Located in the centre of Europe, Hungary has had a rich, but violent history. Although now a member of the European Union, the official currency of Hungary is still the florint rather than the euro. The Hungarian Government announced its intention to change to the euro back in 2003, but so far has been slow to make progress towards this goal.

The Hungarian Florint was introduced in 1946, however we also have a number of Korona coins, a shared denomination with Austria, which were issued from 1892 to 1918.

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