France (1854-1868) Gold 10 Franc AGW .0933

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As low as $9.99 per coin over spot!
Dates of our choice. Gold content is .0933 of an oz. A likeness of Emperor Napoleon III is featured on the obverse. Coins in this listing may be cleaned. Listed as KM#784. These small coins are not encountered as often as their 20 Franc counterparts. Gold content is .0933 of an oz. A likeness of Emperor Napoleon III is featured on the obverse. Most coins in this listing are Average Circulated, but a few higher grades may be found in the mix as well. Dates (1854-1868) of our choice. Listed as KM#784.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 43779
Year: 1854-1868
Mint Mark: Varies
Grade: Average Circulated
Denomination: 10 Francs
Diameter: 18.8 mm
Thickness: 0.8 mm


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France (1854-1868) Gold 10 Franc AGW .0933

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Cheap fractional gold

By Alan

from Abilene TX


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      Comments about France (1854-1868) Gold 10 Franc AGW .0933:

      A very reasonable premium for a slightly less than tenth oz coin. I bought two both were circulated but in good shape 1868 and 1864. All the lettering and dates were clean and sharp. At least as good as advertised. I personally like these much better than a 1/10 oz bullion coin as these have some history.

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