Monnaie de Paris (UNESCO World Heritage Sites Coin Series)
Silver Coins from The Monnaie de Paris - APMEX is excited to give you more choices from around the world. The Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint) is an agency of the French government charged with issuing coins as well as producing medals and other similar items. Many ancient coins are housed at the Monnaie de Paris. Created in 864, it is the oldest French institution. From the franc to the euro, Monnaie de Paris remains closely entwined with the history of France and its coinage.
The Monnaie de Paris mints several different Silver coins honoring everything from important artists to landmarks to, of course, French historical figures. Check out the variety of Silver coins APMEX offers from the Monnaie de Paris and discover your next Silver coin purchase!
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Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site series, Monnaie de Paris is celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower, which welcomes over seven million visitors a year and represents one of the best known ar.... Read More
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site series, Monnaie de Paris is celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower, which welcomes over seven million visitors a year and represents one of the best known architectural f.... Read More
This Proof Silver coin contains a full 5 oz. of actual Silver weight! This beautiful coin has been enhanced with enamel color, reminiscent of the cathedral's great rose window. The obverse features architectural de.... Read More
This Proof Silver coin contains .61 actual Silver weight! A specific technology has been developed to create a stained glass coin. This beautiful coin has been enhanced with cold translucent enamel, reminiscent .... Read More
This Proof Silver coin contains .900 Silver! Started in 2007, the series, 'The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization' provides an opportunity for the Monnaie de Paris to continue its t.... Read More