|Mint Mark:||D - Lyon|
|Metal Content:||0.0435 troy oz|
Early French-American Colonial issue. This coin was issued by France for circulation in the French Colonies. An affordable piece of Colonial American coinage.
- "D" mintmark; struck at the Lyon Mint for use in France's North American colonies.
- From the reign of King Louis XIV, these coins contain a small percentage of Silver (.0435 oz).
- Certified as Genuine by PCGS and exhibits Extra Fine or better details.
- Obverse: Featuring the crowned double monogram of King Louis XIV and three fleur-de-lis.
- Reverse: Outlined cross with fleur-de-lis at each angle.
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These coins were called "Mousquetaires", or Musketeers, bearing a cross on the reverse worn by the King's Guard or royal musketeers. These examples are part of the New World Hoard mysteriously discovered in England.