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The Rooster - Trilogy Year 2 / 3
The Rooster - Trilogy Year 2 / 3
The Rooster - Trilogy Year 2 / 3

The Rooster - Trilogy
Year 2 / 3 100€ SILVER 2015

  • Gold and silver euros
  • The Rooster, designed in a graphical and modern way

After the Sower and Hercule, Monnaie de Paris put in the honor since 2014 a major symbol of the French numismatics: the Rooster. Following the example of the previous symbols, it has been reinterpreted following the codes of modern numismatics.

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    100€ SILVER
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    900/1000 ARGENT
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The Rooster - Trilogy Year 2 / 3
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The Rooster, numismatic symbol

Monnaie de Paris revisits over three years a numismatic symbol through contemporary codes. From  2014 to 2016, the Rooster is shown forth thanks to a new creation inspired by Jules-Clément Chaplain's Rooster,

The Rooster - Trilogy Year 2 / 3

An historical emblem

The rooster is one of the French symbol,  it appeared on coins since the 20th century.                                                                                 One of the most famous, the "Marianne au coq" coin was put in circulation for the first time in 1898. It was drafted by jules Clément Chaplain (1839-1909) and exhibits a standing rooster on its downside, carrying some herbage and flowers.                                   Chaplain's rooster  is a national struggle symbol as well: its image of a brave animal has been used to praised the loans made during the first Wolrd War in order to cater the need of gold to carry on the war. 

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