Click title/picture for details. offer US $899.99 Country: FRANCE Date: 1858, Napoleon III Emperor (BB - Strasbourg mint) Denomination: 50 Francs Reported Mintage: 9135 only KM (Krause-Mishler) Catalog: KM# 785.2 Weight: 16.1290 g. (0.4667 oz., 0.900 GOLD) Diameter: 28 mm Obverse Design: Portrait of Napoleon III Emperor Reverse Design: Crowned arms and inscriptions Grading Opinion: An beautiful Almost Uncirculated ++ coin. Additional Comments: Very scarce French solid gold coin in beautiful condition. Very scarce condition. Very low mintage - 9135 only.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $475.00 The coin is certified AU 58 by NGC, but the holder badly distorts the picture of the coin, so it is not shown here. The coin has a portrait of Napoleon as Emperor, who ruled in that caapacity from 1804-1814. Dated Year 13, (An 13), of the revolution, or AD 1805. Beautifully toned, and little or no wear to be found. A very tough coin to locate this choice. Cataloged as Gad. 443, KM 656.1
Click title/picture for details. offer US $925.00 Rare (R1) Large 1711-K Louis XIV French Silver Écu With doublestruck edge device and two mint director's marks (one on the obverse and one on the reverse) (For the 1711 écu, there exist two types of mint director's marks: a croissant, and, as in the case of the coin offered here, a millstone with a rectangular center) Condition appears to be XF/XF+ Bordeaux Mint Obverse: LUD.XIIII.DG. - FR.ET.NAV.REX. (millstone). (Louis XIV, aged, bare-headed & cuirassed, bust right) Reverse: (sun) SIT.NOMEN.DOMINI.BENEDICTUM (millstone) 1711 (Three crowns arranged in a triangle, separated by three fleurs de lis, mint mark K in the center) Edge Device: doublestruck - .(flower) DOMINE (flower) (fleu de lis) (flower) SALVUM .(flower) (flower) (fleu de lis) (flower) FAC (flower) (fleu de lis) (flower) REGEM. 41mm - 6h - 30.59g .917 Silver References: C.1937 - Sobin487 var. - SCF.15A (7 ex.) - G.229 (Gadoury)
Click title/picture for details. offer US $150.00 FRANCE LORRAINE 1711 TESTON *NGC AU-55* LUSTROUS LOW MINIMUM Actually under the German States and Habsburg rule at this time. The coin is near fully Lustrous and a very well centered, though a tad softly struck. All details very clear and the coin looks great. -