Archive for August, 2017

#30558 FRENCH STATES, ECU, 30 Sous, 1613, Sedan, KM #19, VF(30-35), Silver

Thursday, August 31st, 2017
#30558 FRENCH STATES, ECU, 30 Sous, 1613, Sedan, KM #19, VF(30-35), Silver

#30558 FRENCH STATES, ECU, 30 Sous, 1613, Sedan, KM #19, VF(30-35), Silver

Pages de la Boutique. Catégories de la Boutique. Monnaies et Billets Euro. AJOUTEZ NOUS À VOS FAVORIS ET SOYEZ INFORMÉS DES PROMOTIONS. [#30558] FRENCH STATES, ECU, 30 Sous, 1613, Sedan, KM #19, VF(30-35), Silver. Date at left, XXX at right below eagle’s talons. There are no exceptions to this rule. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and checked by at least two numismatic experts. Certificate of Authenticity upon request. The pictured item is the one you will receive. 7 numismatic shops in France. Headoffice : 7 Rue Nationale (4th floor), 59000, LILLE (FRANCE). Coins, Tokens, Medals, Banknotes, Militaria, Numismatic supplies. The item “#30558 FRENCH STATES, ECU, 30 Sous, 1613, Sedan, KM #19, VF(30-35), Silver” is in sale since Friday, May 17, 2013. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\France”. The seller is “cdma59″ and is located in Lille. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Silver
  • Year: 1613

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

Thursday, August 31st, 2017
French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780. Obverse: LUD XVI D. Reverse: BENEDICTUM SIT NOMEN DOMINI 1780. Weight: 28.90 g. Condition: Fine to EF, black noble patina. Provenance: Private collection Quebec Canada. (23 August 1754 21 January 1793) was King of. From 1774 until 1791, after which he was subsequently. King of the French. From 1791 to 1792, before his deposition and. Louis, Dauphin of France. Was the son and. Louis XV of France. As a result of the Dauphin’s death in 1765, Louis succeeded his grandfather in 1774. The first part of Louis’ reign was marked by attempts to reform France in accordance with. These included efforts to abolish. Reacted to the proposed reforms with hostility, and successfully opposed their implementation; increased discontent among the common people ensued. From 1776 Louis XVI actively. Supported the North American colonists. Who were seeking their. Independence from Great Britain. Which was realized in the 1783. The ensuing debt and financial crisis contributed to the unpopularity of the. Which culminated at the. Discontent among the members of France’s middle and lower classes resulted in strengthened opposition to the French aristocracy and to the. Of which Louis and his wife, queen. Were viewed as representatives. Storming of the Bastille. During riots in Paris marked the beginning of the. Louis’s indecisiveness and conservatism led some elements of the people of France to view him as a symbol of the perceived tyranny of the Ancien Régime, and his popularity deteriorated progressively. In June 1791, four months before the. Was declared, seemed to justify the rumors that the king tied his hopes of political salvation to the prospects of. The credibility of the king was deeply undermined and the. Abolition of the monarchy. And the establishment of a republic became an ever increasing possibility. In a context of. Civil and international war. Louis XVI was suspended and arrested at the time of the. Insurrection of 10 August 1792. One month before the constitutional monarchy was abolished and the. Proclaimed on 21 September 1792. He was tried by the. (self-instituted as a tribunal for the occasion), found guilty of. On 21 January 1793 as a desacralized French citizen known as “Citizen Louis Capet”, a nickname in reference to. The founder of the. Which the revolutionaries interpreted as Louis’ family name. Louis XVI is the only King of France ever to be executed, and his death brought an end to more than a thousand years of continuous French monarchy. The item “French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1780″ is in sale since Tuesday, October 28, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\France”. The seller is “ukr10″ and is located in Clearwater Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Year: 1780
  • Grade: Fine to EF
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF

French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF. Obverse: LUD XVI D. Reverse: BENEDICTUM SIT NOMEN DOMINI 1783, with crowned arms and olive branches. Rim: DOMINE SALVUM FAC REGEM. Weight: 29.32 g. Condition: bold EF, cleaned, crown has a checking struck line, upper part of the arms has several scratch lines with10 mm long line on the right of the arms. Provenance: private collection in Switzerland. (23 August 1754 21 January 1793) was King of. From 1774 until 1791, after which he was subsequently. King of the French. From 1791 to 1792, before his deposition and. Louis, Dauphin of France. Was the son and. Louis XV of France. As a result of the Dauphin’s death in 1765, Louis succeeded his grandfather in 1774. The first part of Louis’ reign was marked by attempts to reform France in accordance with. These included efforts to abolish. Reacted to the proposed reforms with hostility, and successfully opposed their implementation; increased discontent among the common people ensued. From 1776 Louis XVI actively. Supported the North American colonists. Who were seeking their. Independence from Great Britain. Which was realized in the 1783. The ensuing debt and financial crisis contributed to the unpopularity of the. Which culminated at the. Discontent among the members of France’s middle and lower classes resulted in strengthened opposition to the French aristocracy and to the. Of which Louis and his wife, queen. Were viewed as representatives. Storming of the Bastille. During riots in Paris marked the beginning of the. Louis’s indecisiveness and conservatism led some elements of the people of France to view him as a symbol of the perceived tyranny of the Ancien Régime, and his popularity deteriorated progressively. In June 1791, four months before the. Was declared, seemed to justify the rumors that the king tied his hopes of political salvation to the prospects of. The credibility of the king was deeply undermined and the. Abolition of the monarchy. And the establishment of a republic became an ever increasing possibility. In a context of. Civil and international war. Louis XVI was suspended and arrested at the time of the. Insurrection of 10 August 1792. One month before the constitutional monarchy was abolished and the. Proclaimed on 21 September 1792. He was tried by the. (self-instituted as a tribunal for the occasion), found guilty of. On 21 January 1793 as a desacralized French citizen known as “Citizen Louis Capet”, a nickname in reference to. The founder of the. Which the revolutionaries interpreted as Louis’ family name. Louis XVI is the only King of France ever to be executed, and his death brought an end to more than a thousand years of continuous French monarchy. The item “French silver ECU coin Louis XVI, 1783, bold EF” is in sale since Saturday, December 27, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\France”. The seller is “ukr10″ and is located in Clearwater Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Year: 1783
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

Silver Stacking French Silver 5 Francs

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

My Coins Collection Is Belgium 5  francs  1986 Legend In French Belgique

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

French Coin, 1815 A, Paris Mint, 5 Francs Silver, Napoleon Empereur Grade Xf++

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
French Coin, 1815 A, Paris Mint, 5 Francs Silver, Napoleon Empereur Grade Xf++

French Coin, 1815 A, Paris Mint, 5 Francs Silver, Napoleon Empereur Grade Xf++

FRENCH COINS, 1815 A, PARIS MINT, 5 FRANCS SILVER, NAPOLEON EMPEREUR GRADE XF++, DIAMETER 37 MM, WEIGHT 25 GR. The item “FRENCH COIN, 1815 A, PARIS MINT, 5 FRANCS SILVER, NAPOLEON EMPEREUR GRADE XF++” is in sale since Thursday, October 08, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\France”. The seller is “marke-fr” and is located in Balaruc les Bains. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Year: 1815
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Grade: XF++
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Monday, August 28th, 2017
Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768

French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768. Obverse: LUD XV D. Reverse: BENEDICTUM SIT NOMEN DOMINI 1768 L. Weight: 29.00 g. Condition: EF; black noble patina. Provenance: Private collection Quebec Canada. (15 February 1710 10 May 1774), known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the. From 1 September 1715 until his death. He succeeded his great-grandfather. At the age of five. Until he reached maturity in 1723, his kingdom was ruled by. Philippe II, Duke of Orléans. Of France; the duke was his maternal great-uncle, as well as. First cousin twice removed. Was his chief minister from 1726 until the Cardinal’s death in 1743, at which time the young king took sole control of the kingdom. This territory was won at the. Of 1745 but given back to Austria by the terms of the. In North America at the conclusion of the. He incorporated the territories of. Into the kingdom of France. He was succeeded by his grandson. Most scholars believe Louis XV’s decisions damaged the power of France, weakened the treasury, discredited the absolute monarchy, and made it more vulnerable to distrust and destruction, as happened in the. Which broke out 15 years after his death. Davies says that after Louis XV took full control in 1723, his reign “was one of debilitating stagnation, ” characterized by lost wars, endless clashes between the Court and Parliament, and religious feuds. A few scholars defend Louis, arguing that his highly negative reputation was based on propaganda meant to justify the French Revolution. Blum says he was a perpetual adolescent called to do a man’s job. The item “Magnificent French silver ECU coin Louis XV, 1768″ is in sale since Tuesday, October 28, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\France”. The seller is “ukr10″ and is located in Clearwater Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
  • Year: 1768
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France

#18698 France, Cérès, 20 Centimes, 1889, Paris, PCGS, PR63CAM, Silver

Monday, August 28th, 2017
#18698 France, Cérès, 20 Centimes, 1889, Paris, PCGS, PR63CAM, Silver

#18698 France, Cérès, 20 Centimes, 1889, Paris, PCGS, PR63CAM, Silver

Euro Coins & Banknotes. [#18698] France, Cérès, 20 Centimes, 1889, Paris, PCGS, PR63CAM, Silver. Considered by some to be an Essai. There are no exceptions to this rule. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and checked by at least two numismatic experts. Certificate of Authenticity upon request. The pictured item is the one you will receive. 7 numismatic shops in France. Headoffice : 7 Rue Nationale (4th floor), 59000, LILLE (FRANCE). Coins, Tokens, Medals, Banknotes, Militaria, Numismatic supplies. The item “#18698 France, Cérès, 20 Centimes, 1889, Paris, PCGS, PR63CAM, Silver” is in sale since Saturday, October 22, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\European\France”. The seller is “numis_corner” and is located in Lille. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
  • Country: France
  • Year of Issue: 1889

#26650 FRANCE, 2 Francs, 1807, Paris, KM #683, AU(50-53), Silver, Gadoury

Sunday, August 27th, 2017
#26650 FRANCE, 2 Francs, 1807, Paris, KM #683, AU(50-53), Silver, Gadoury

#26650 FRANCE, 2 Francs, 1807, Paris, KM #683, AU(50-53), Silver, Gadoury

Euro Coins & Banknotes. [#26650] FRANCE, 2 Francs, 1807, Paris, KM #683, AU(50-53), Silver, Gadoury. There are no exceptions to this rule. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and checked by at least two numismatic experts. Certificate of Authenticity upon request. The pictured item is the one you will receive. 7 numismatic shops in France. Headoffice : 7 Rue Nationale (4th floor), 59000, LILLE (FRANCE). Coins, Tokens, Medals, Banknotes, Militaria, Numismatic supplies. The item “#26650 FRANCE, 2 Francs, 1807, Paris, KM #683, AU(50-53), Silver, Gadoury” is in sale since Monday, October 24, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\European\France”. The seller is “numis_corner” and is located in Lille. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
  • Country: France
  • Year of Issue: 1807

1841 5 Franc Silver Ss New York Shipwreck Treasure

Sunday, August 27th, 2017


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