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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.

History[]

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

Coinage[]

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.

References[]

Template:Fribourg gulden

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