FRANCE. Silver Quadruple Piefort Franc, 1607-A. Paris Mint. Henry IV. NGC EF-45.

FRANCE.

7000 - 9000
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, 1637-X. Amiens Mint. Louis XIII. NGC MS-62.

FRANCE.

1400 - 1800
FRANCE. Ecu, 1690-(9). Rennes Mint. Louis XIV. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. Louis dOr, 1741-B. Rouen Mint. Louis XV. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1200 - 1600
FRANCE. Louis dOr, 1745-W. Lille Mint. Louis XV. NGC MS-62.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1200
FRANCE. Ecu, 1724-V. Troyes Mint. Louis XV. PCGS MS-65 Gold Shield.

FRANCE.

6000 - 8000
FRANCE. Ecu, 1730-W. Lille Mint. Louis XV. PCGS MS-62 Gold Shield.

FRANCE.

800 - 1200
FRANCE. Ecu, 1746-W. Lille Mint. Louis XV. NGC MS-62.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. Mint Error -- Flipover Double Strike, 2nd Strike Rev. Brockage & 85% Off Center -- Ecu, 1774

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. 24 Livres, 1793-W. Lille Mint. Republic. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

5000 - 7500
FRANCE. Ecu, 1793-B. Rouen Mint. Louis XVI under the First Republic. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

FRANCE.

2000 - 3000
FRANCE. 5 Francs, AN XI (1802/3)-A. Paris Mint. Napoleon (as First Consul). PCGS MS-61 Gold Shield.

FRANCE.

1200 - 1500
FRANCE. 20 Francs, 1807-A. Paris Mint. Napoleon as Emperor. PCGS MS-62 Gold Shield.

FRANCE.

1200 - 1600
FRANCE. 5 Francs, 1811-A. Paris Mint. Napoleon I. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

800 - 1200
FRANCE. 5 Francs, 1812-B. Rouen Mint. Napoleon I. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. Ecu dOr au porc-epic, ND (1508-13). Lyon Mint; pellet under 12th letter & star under 1st let

FRANCE.

1300 - 1600
FRANCE. Salut dOr, ND (1423-36). Paris Mint; im: Crown. Henry VI. NGC MS-65.

FRANCE.

3000 - 4000
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, ND (1394-1420). Paris Mint; pellet under 18th letter. Charles VI. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, ND (1394-1420). Paris Mint; pellet under 18th letter. Charles VI. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1000 - 1500
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, ND (1394-1418). Montpellier Mint;  pellet under 4th letter. Charles VI. NGC MS-64.

FRANCE.

1500 - 2000
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, ND (1389-1422). Saint-Quentin Mint; pellet under 17th letter. Charles VI. NGC MS-65

FRANCE.

2000 - 3000
FRANCE. Agnel dOr, ND (1417-22). Montpellier Mint. Charles VI. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1500 - 2500
FRANCE. Franc a Pied, ND (1364-80). Charles V. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1500 - 1800
FRANCE. Franc a Pied, ND (1364-80). Charles V. NGC MS-64.

FRANCE.

1500 - 2000
FRANCE. Mouton dOr, ND (ca. 1355). Jean II Le Bon. NGC MS-61.

FRANCE.

2000 - 3000
FRANCE. Ecu dOr, ND (1337). Philip VI. NGC MS-63.

FRANCE.

1800 - 2400
FRANCE. Carolingians. Denier, ND (771-793/4). “Ardis” (Uncertain Provencal) Mint. Charlemagne. NGC M

FRANCE.

3000 - 4500
EL SALVADOR. 10 Pesos, 1892-C.A.M. Central American (San Salvador) Mint. NGC EF-45.

EL SALV

2000 - 3000
EL SALVADOR. 20 Pesos, 1892-C.A.M. Central American (San Salvador) Mint. NCS EF Details--Mount Remov

EL SALV

2000 - 3000
EGYPT. 500 Piastres, AH 1340 (1922). London Mint. Faud I. PCGS Genuine--Cleaned, Unc Details Gold Sh

EGYPT.

1800 - 2200

Lot:20311  1555法国亨利二世金币 PCGS VF Details

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拍品分类 世界钱币>金币 品相 PCGS VFDetails
拍品估价 USD 80000 - 120000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2020年1月纽约#A-西方古币&世界钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2020-01-18 07:30:00 结标日期 2020-01-18 11:30:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1555法国亨利二世金币 PCGS VF Details

FRANCE. Gold Piefort of 8 Henri dOr, 1555. Moulin des Etuves (Paris) Mint. Henry II. PCGS Genuine--Damage, VF Details Gold Shield.29mm; 29.02 gms. Fr-Unlisted (though cf. 372-4 for smaller "denominations"); Ciani-Unlisted.

Obverse: HENRICVS II DEI G FRANCO REX, laureate and armored bust right; Reverse: OPTIMO PRINCIPI B, Mars seated left on cuirass, holding victoriola and resting elbow upon shield; GALLIA in exergue. Edge: 1555 + DISCEDITE AME OMNES QVI OPERAMINI INIQVITAT (depart from me all ye evildoers).

An strongEXCEEDINGLY /strongstrongRARE /strongPiefort issue that is just one of just two known, the present specimen offers a rather robust planchet, being nearly 3mm thick, and features a design recalling ancient Roman coinage and motifs. The bust of the king is more classical in rendition than that which was generally encountered at the time, while the reverse displays overt Greco-Roman iconography in the form of Mars holding a small figure of a winged Victory; even France herself is listed under her Latin name, Gallia.

Though exhibiting some damage in the form of a few reverse scratches and numerous field marks, this impressive specimen nevertheless represents a highly interesting and wondrous link between classical renditions and early modern coining, all while being a large piefort issue at that.During his 12-year reign, Henri II brought major change to the French coinage by introducing machine coinage by the Balancier press and the use of inventor Aubin Oliviers restraining collars. The new machines were set up in the Garden of Etuves in the Place Dauphine and became known as the Monnaie du Moulin in 1551.Ex: Stacks (1/2008) Lot # 2467 @ $150,000.