1807-1813 France Gold 20 Francs Napoleon I Avg Circ

1807-1813 France Gold 20 Francs Napoleon I Avg Circ

Napoleon Bonaparte was French Emperor from 1804 until 1814 when he was exiled to the French Island of Elba. One year later, in 1815 Napoleon returned to Paris and reigned again for what is now known as "The Hundred Days of Napoleon".


Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .1867 oz actual Gold weight.
  • Dates between 1807-1813 of our choice.
  • Coins will be in Average Circulated condition.
  • Obverse: Left facing portrait of Napeleon I with laurel.
  • Reverse: Denomination of 20 Francs inside laurel, surrounded by "Empire Francais" and date.

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Customer Reviews of 1807-1813 France Gold 20 Francs Napoleon I Avg Circ
1807-1813 France Gold 20 Francs Napoleon I Avg Circ
3.7 Overall

(based on 3 reviews)

Reviewed by 3 customers

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Packed with history and awesome in a relatively small size

By  Wes

from Indianapolis

5.0

Gram-for-gram, this coin has far more value than other newly-minted gold coins. It towers above its weight in gold maple leaf, and now I own one. My coin is dated 1812, and in June of this year Napoleon attempted his invasion of Russia. This coin was likely circulating during the battle of Borodino. The detail is highly impressive for a coin over 200 years old. The only worn details are the ridging above Napoleon's head, and the bottom of the "8" in 1812.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Recognized Brand

My first disappointment by APMEX

By  William H.

from St. Petersburg, FL

2.0

This coin was advertised as of "average circulation". In fact, the coin is below average. There are marks around the edge suggesting this coin was mounted as a piece of jewelry and it appears to be in a somewhat rough state. In my view, being used as a piece of jewelry does not fall within "average circulation". This coin should have been marketed as "damaged".

Cons

  • Poor Condition

Wow!

By  ACM

from Denver, CO

4.0

Awesome coin with vast numismatic value. The coin I received is in better condition than advertised onsite. Fantastic purchase. One note, the coin I received was dated 1815, which is outside the parameters established. Once again, thank you APMEX!

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Mint Condition

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