Early French-American Colonial issue from the New World Hoard! This coin was issued by France for circulation in the French Colonies. An affordable piece of Colonial American coinage!
- Struck at the Lyon Mint for use in France's North American colonies.
- Contains just a small percentage of Silver (.0435 oz).
- Housed in a nice plastic box display.
- Certified as Genuine by NGC.
- Obverse: Features the crowned double monogram of King Louis XIV and three fleur-de-lis.
- Reverse: Bears a cross worn by the King's Guard or royal "Mousquetaires", or Musketeers.
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These examples are part of the New World Hoard mysteriously discovered in England. Add this early 18th Century French Colonial coin from the reign of King Louis XIV to your cart today!
These coins offered are from a cache of Mousquetaires that were discovered under the floor boards of a United Kingdom port city shop that dates to the 17th century, known as the "New World Hoard" and are listed in the Guidebook of United States Coins (Red Book) under Colonial Issues.