Second win NY Sale/ Medieval again....

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by panzerman, Jan 16, 2020.

  1. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Got this 3 mins. after Orange Florin d'or!

    AV Ecu d'or neuf a la couronne ND Chalons sur Marne Mint
    Charles VII "the Victorious" 1422-61 king of France (House of Valois)
    MS-63
    ex: Terner collection
    obv. Crowned arms of France/ flanked by two fleus de lys
    rev. Floriated Cross in Quadrilobe/ Crown in each angle
    28mm. 3.53g. .999 france-charles-vii-1422-1461-gold-5675932-O.jpg

    Charles introduced this new gold coin, after the French finally started winning some battles vs the English. Joan of Arc led the French in taking back territories under English Rule. During the reign of Charles VI "the Fool" the gold coinage was debased from 24 carats to 23 carats. This new coin was pure gold=24 carats again.
     
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  3. Cucumbor

    Cucumbor Dombes collector Supporter

    That's familiar !
    And beautiful

    There's at least one of @panzerman's coin that I have too (1 out of 1000, wow, what a score !!!)

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    Charles VII (1422-1461) - Ecu d'or 3° emission de 1424, atelier de Toulouse (annelet sous la cinquieme lettre)
    Croisette sur etoile initiale, KAROLVS : DEI : GRATIA : FRANCORVM : REX, Ecu de France couronné
    + XPC : VINCIT : XPC : REGNAT : XPC : IMPERAT, croix arquée, evidée et fleudelisée, cantonnée de quatre coronelles
    3.76 gr, 28 mm
    Ref : Ciani # 617

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  4. BenSi

    BenSi Supporter! Supporter

    Nice win, Beautiful coin.
     
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  5. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Thanks! It went for $1250 Goldbergs/NY Sale!
     
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  6. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    That is a marvelous coin Cucumbor!

    I think mine is from Saint Quentin Mint/ seems dot is under 17th letter.
     
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  7. thejewk

    thejewk Well-Known Member

    Lovely and sharp.
     
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