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This coin comes from the wreck of a French East India Company ship "La Dromadaire" which sank near the Cape Verde Islands in 1762. The ships coin chests disintegrated over time and 3377 coins have been recovered from the shipwreck.
- Contains 0.8986 oz of Silver.
- Graded Genuine by NGC for shipwreck salvage. Noted as DAV-1330 type.
- Obverse: Depicts an armored King Louis XV facing left.
- Reverse: 3 fleur-de-lis crowned A mint mark situated at bottom.
- Struck at the Paris Mint.
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