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1607 -A France  PDbl T  SP64  BN
Coin ID #: 1445

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  • FRANCE. Henri IV. 1607-A CU Piefort Double Tournois.
  • PCGS SP64BN (Brown).
  • Paris. Edge: Reeded. Laureate, armored bust right. KM 16.1; Duplessy 1274 Variant.
  • Rare as a Piefort and one of the finest known examples of this very stunning coin. Marvelous cartwheel lustre. (double-thick striking.)

  • Price: CDN$ 7,500.00
    5,175.00 USD
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    1803 A  France NGC  MS62
    Coin ID #: 1429

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  • NGC MS62 ; LAN XI (1803)-A (Rooster)
  • Napoleon I. (First Empire, 1804-1815). By Pierre-Joseph Tiolier. Paris. 22mm.
  • NAPOLEON EMPEREUR. Bust, right / REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Denomination within wreath, date below. KM 646.1; Gad.-443
  • Nicely toned example

  • Price: CDN$ 1,450.00
    1,000.50 USD
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    1845-B France AR 25 Centimes. PCGS MS66
    Coin ID #: 1417

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  • Rouen. Laureate head right / Denomination within wreath.
  • KM 755.2; Gadoury 357. Nice even toning

  • Price: CDN$ 700.00
    483.00 USD
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    1848 France 10C (Pattern) SP 65
    Coin ID #: 1430

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  • PCGS SP65 Pattern
  • Second Republic, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte. (President, 1848-1852).
  • By E. Rogat. Edge: Plain. REPUBLIQUE - FRANCAISE.
  • Helmeted head, left / LIBERTE EGALITE FRATERNITE.
  • Denomination and date on three lines, all within wreath. Maz.-1358a.
  • Blast white with a matte cameo onto mirrored fields. Pretty Rare Coin.

  • Price: CDN$ 780.00
    538.20 USD
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    1872 A, France, 10 Cent, PCGS MS64 BN
    Coin ID #: 1352

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  • Republic 10 Centimes 1872-A MS64 Brown PCGS
  • Paris mint, KM815.1, Gad-265a
  • Underlying blue tones, making this attractive piece unique

  • Price: CDN$ 225.00
    155.25 USD
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