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2017 France Gold €200 Jean Paul Gaultier BU

2017 France Gold €200 Jean Paul Gaultier BU

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Sold out at the mint! Illustrated as if it were a tattoo, this coin features an emblem of roses and leaves common to Jean Paul Gaultier's brand.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .0964 oz of .999 fine Gold.
  • Presented in round protective sleeve with Jean Paul Gaultier inspired design.
  • Mintage of just 25,000 coins.
  • Obverse: Features the face value surrounded by two branches, one oak and one laurel, that create the Euro symbol. The entire obverse design is framed in a hexagonal design representing the shape of France.
  • Reverse: Illustrates France and the French Republic's motto: liberty, equality and fraternity. France is drawn as if it was a tattoo composed of leaves and roses borrowed from Jean Paul's universe.
  • Certified by the Monnaie de Paris.

This Gold coin would be a great addition to any collection or an ideal gift for a loved one. Add this 2017 France Proof Gold €200 Jean Paul Gaultier coin to your cart today!

Jean Paul Gaultier was born in 1952 in Arcueil near Paris. Since his young years, he was fascinated with clothing and had fun dressing his teddy bear. He realized that his dream was to create clothes at the age of fifteen. In 1970, he sent his drawings to the fashion designer Pierre Cardin and started working for him.

He then worked for several brands such as Jacques Esterel and Jean Patou before going back to work for Pierre Cardin three years later. In 1976, Jean Paul Gaultier created his eponymous brand that encountered a growing success a few years later. He then dressed the most famous stars: Yvette Horner, Beth Ditto, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, and Mylene Farmer. Beyond his products that amaze the world of fashion, Jean Paul Gaultier also featured impressive shows.

His nickname is "fashion's terrible child" and he often goes in the opposite direction of general trends: kilts for men, conical corsets for women... He declares "I like to look at things from an unusual perspective and question what's expected".

In 2011 his company was brought to PUIG group and he became the artistic designer of his brand.

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