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Fribourg gulden
Official users

Flag of Canton of Fribourg Fribourg

Years circulated

?–1798

Subunit

1/14 batzen

Coins

1 denier, 2 denier, 1 kreuzer, ½ batzen, 7 kreuzer, 14 kreuzer, 28 kreuzer, 56 kreuzer, ⅛ gulden, ¼ gulden, ½ gulden, 1 gulden

The Fribourg gulden was the currency of the Canton of Fribourg during its time as a canton of the Old Swiss Confederation until 1798. The gulden was subdivided into 14 batzen, which equaled 4 kreuzer or 16 denier.

HistoryEdit

The Fribourg gulden was replaced by the franc of the Helvetic Republic, which was in turn replaced by the Fribourg frank in 1803.

CoinageEdit

During the late 18th century, the Fribourg gulden had denominations of 1 denier, 2 denier, 1 kreuzer, ½ batzen, 7 kreuzer, 14 kreuzer, 28 kreuzer, 56 kreuzer, ⅛ gulden, ¼ gulden, ½ gulden, and 1 gulden.

ReferencesEdit

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