- France's History revisited through its former national currencies
- First wave of the complete series of 18 10€ Silver coins
Monnaie de Paris strikes coins for France since year 864. The treasures, that belongs to its heritage, are the series’ essence. It recounts France’s History on some twenty coins, going from the Roman period until today.
The series will be launched in two stages : the first wave in March 2019 and the second one in September 2019. It is composed of 18 10€ Silver coins depicting former french currencies.
Two uncolorised 50€ Silver coins, two colorised 50€ Silver coins and the 200€ Gold coin complete the series and present strong French symbols.
The pack of cards is composed by three 10€ silver coin : Guillaume the Conqueror, Louis XVI and the Eiffel Tower.
The Guillaume the Conqueror coin shows the Denier of Richard II, duke of Normandy and Guillaume the Conqueror's grandfather. Richard II is the first who put his duke title on the coins.
The Louis XVI coin retakes the 30 sols coin create in 1791 under the constitutional monarchy. It represents the Louis XVI face and, for the first time, we can see the "Roi des francais" mention instead of latin words.
The Eiffel Tower coin retakes the medal celebrating the "tower of 300 meters" in the Champ de Mars during the exhibition of 1889.
The reverse is common for all the series. It shows the face value surrounded by two branches, one of them in oak, in a contemporary way. The other one, in bay, evokes the euro symbol. All the reverse design is framed by an assembly of lines representing the Hexagon.
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30,00 €Price (incl. taxes)