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France - Gold Coins

French gold coins, Gold gold of france   The 20 francs Marianne Coq is the emblematic French gold coin of the period when the Franc Gold radiated in Europe. It was the first time, for several years, that an original drawing (signed Jules-Clément Chaplain) was found on the obverse and reverse of a French gold coin.  After 1905 and the separation of church and state, the coins also had to follow the evolutions of the time. Thus, following anti-clerical pressure, the mention engraved on the slice "God protects France" was replaced in 1907 by "Liberty Equality Fraternity".  Unlike 20 Francs Napoleon Gold 20 francs Marianne Coq is one of the pieces with the particularity of having been refrapped in the 50s with old parts (original). In fact, due to: stocks of gold melted or lost during the two world wars, parts very damaged or trimmed, and to revive the use of gold coins, it was decided in 1948 to reopen the market for gold. 'gold. These new coins issued by the Banque de France are obviously real pieces, but the engraved vintages are older. Professionals call these pieces "the pinay remrappes".  From this situation, it follows that the 20 francs Marianne Coq gold of the period 1907-1914 are extremely numerous and in perfect condition, because they have not circulated. 37 millions of 20 Marianne Coq gold francs, sold from 1907 to 1914, will be reprocessed between 1951 and 1960.  AVERS: FRENCH REPUBLIC  Marianne bust, straight profile, long hair, draped and wearing the Phrygian cap.  The 20 francs Marianne Coq is also decorated with an oak branch bearing fruit; signed J.C. CHAPELAIN in front of the neck in the field.  REVERS: FREEDOM.GENERAL.FRATERNITY.  20Fcs on either side of a rooster standing on a line of soil, carrying some herbs and some flowers. Below this line forming the field is the vintage.  Lucky French Angels Favorite of all gold Euro coins are the “Lucky” French Angels! Originally minted from 1871 to 1898, these gold coins are genuine Legal Tender French 20 Francs.   The unique “Guardian Angel” design was created in 1793 by Augustine Dupré. In 1871, this historic design was incorporated into a 20 Franc gold coin. Today, French Angels are five to ten times rarer than French Rooster gold coins and even more beloved by coin collectors for the legend behind these gold coins.   A Coin That Saved The Designer - The legend of “Lucky" French Angels began during the Reign of Terror. The coin’s designer, Dupré, was about to be executed on the guillotine. As he knelt beneath the deadly blade, he took his Lucky Gold Angel coin out of his pocket and rubbed it for luck as he said a quick prayer. Instantly, a bolt of lightning struck nearby and panicked the crowd of onlookers. His execution was halted and six months later he was freed. All his life, Dupré claimed his "Lucky" French Angel coin had saved him– and so the legend was born.  An Original, Creative Design - Today, Lucky French Angels make wonderful conversation pieces and unique gifts for all occasions.  Authentic French "Rooster" Gold Official 1901 to 1914 Coins Released  Coin collectors worldwide love historic French 20 Franc Gold Roosters. They're one of the best selling world gold coins. Recommended to both collectors and gold investors for their high gold content, unique designs, and affordable prices.  Gold Coins - French Roosters were first minted in France in 1901 and were produced until 1914 at the start of World War I. Each French Rooster contains .1867 troy ounces of fine gold.  French 20 Franc Roosters gold.

France - Gold Coins

French gold coins, Gold gold of france   The 20 francs Marianne Coq is the emblematic French gold coin of the period when the Franc Gold radiated in Europe. It was the first time, for several years, that an original drawing (signed Jules-Clément Chaplain) was found on the obverse and reverse of a French gold coin.  After 1905 and the separation of church and state, the coins also had to follow the evolutions of the time. Thus, following anti-clerical pressure, the mention engraved on the slice "God protects France" was replaced in 1907 by "Liberty Equality Fraternity".  Unlike 20 Francs Napoleon Gold 20 francs Marianne Coq is one of the pieces with the particularity of having been refrapped in the 50s with old parts (original). In fact, due to: stocks of gold melted or lost during the two world wars, parts very damaged or trimmed, and to revive the use of gold coins, it was decided in 1948 to reopen the market for gold. 'gold. These new coins issued by the Banque de France are obviously real pieces, but the engraved vintages are older. Professionals call these pieces "the pinay remrappes".  From this situation, it follows that the 20 francs Marianne Coq gold of the period 1907-1914 are extremely numerous and in perfect condition, because they have not circulated. 37 millions of 20 Marianne Coq gold francs, sold from 1907 to 1914, will be reprocessed between 1951 and 1960.  AVERS: FRENCH REPUBLIC  Marianne bust, straight profile, long hair, draped and wearing the Phrygian cap.  The 20 francs Marianne Coq is also decorated with an oak branch bearing fruit; signed J.C. CHAPELAIN in front of the neck in the field.  REVERS: FREEDOM.GENERAL.FRATERNITY.  20Fcs on either side of a rooster standing on a line of soil, carrying some herbs and some flowers. Below this line forming the field is the vintage.  Lucky French Angels Favorite of all gold Euro coins are the “Lucky” French Angels! Originally minted from 1871 to 1898, these gold coins are genuine Legal Tender French 20 Francs.   The unique “Guardian Angel” design was created in 1793 by Augustine Dupré. In 1871, this historic design was incorporated into a 20 Franc gold coin. Today, French Angels are five to ten times rarer than French Rooster gold coins and even more beloved by coin collectors for the legend behind these gold coins.   A Coin That Saved The Designer - The legend of “Lucky" French Angels began during the Reign of Terror. The coin’s designer, Dupré, was about to be executed on the guillotine. As he knelt beneath the deadly blade, he took his Lucky Gold Angel coin out of his pocket and rubbed it for luck as he said a quick prayer. Instantly, a bolt of lightning struck nearby and panicked the crowd of onlookers. His execution was halted and six months later he was freed. All his life, Dupré claimed his "Lucky" French Angel coin had saved him– and so the legend was born.  An Original, Creative Design - Today, Lucky French Angels make wonderful conversation pieces and unique gifts for all occasions.  Authentic French "Rooster" Gold Official 1901 to 1914 Coins Released  Coin collectors worldwide love historic French 20 Franc Gold Roosters. They're one of the best selling world gold coins. Recommended to both collectors and gold investors for their high gold content, unique designs, and affordable prices.  Gold Coins - French Roosters were first minted in France in 1901 and were produced until 1914 at the start of World War I. Each French Rooster contains .1867 troy ounces of fine gold.  French 20 Franc Roosters gold.

WORLD COINS

France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1907

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1907. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1908

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1908. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1909

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1909. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1910

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1910. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1911

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1911. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Marianne (BU), 1912

French Third Republic 1870 - 1940. French 20 Francs of 1912. Weight 6.45g. Diameter 21mm. Quality Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 255,00 €
France - 20 Francs Gold Napoleon III (AU), 1857

Gold 20 Francs in About Uncirculated condition. Bare Head Portrait on Obverse of Napoleon III. Value in Wreath on Reverse. Diameter 21mm. Weight 6,45g

Price: 265,00 €